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Whitaker Institute members win Lero Director’s Prize

Congratulations to Whitaker Institute members Professor Kieran Conboy and Mairead O’Connor on their Lero Director’s prize win. Professor Conboy was awarded the Professor Rory O’Connor Prize for Outstanding Service to Lero, while Mairead O’Connor was presented with Lero Director’s Prizes for Diversity and Inclusion. Read more in Silicon Republic and Tech Central.

Irish Sun – Impact of COVID-19 on information management

Whitaker Institute members Dr Noel Carroll and Professor Kieran Conboy, both of the Agile and Open Innovation cluster (LERO), have been featured in an article by Irish Sun for their contribution to an international webinar on the pandemic’s impact on information management research and practice. The contribution was based on a recent article written by Dr Carroll and Prof… | Read on »

Call for Submissions – The 20th IFIP Conference e-Business, e-Services, and e-Society

Responsible AI and Analytics for an Ethical and Inclusive Digitised Society 1st – 3rd September 2021 National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Ireland AI, analytics, and ICT in general, create opportunities and unintended or negative consequences for individuals and society. These opportunities and consequences have not been evenly distributed. Despite the many personal, economic, and… | Read on »

Dr Eoin Whelan – COVID-19 Misinformation Study

Whitaker Institute member Dr Eoin Whelan, of the Agile and Open Innovation (LERO) cluster, has released a new study in conjunction with the University of Turku, Finland. The research examines the triggers which lead people to share COVID-19 misinformation through social media. To read the full article, click here. Read the press reaction to the… | Read on »

Dr Eoin Whelan – Social Media Overload

A new study by Whitaker Institute member Dr Eoin Whelan, of the Agile and Open Thinking research cluster, has examined the problem of social media overload – the feeling of being overwhelmed with the amount of communication and information a person is exposed to while using social media.  The research, which was published in Internet… | Read on »

The Pros and Cons of Fitness Apps

Dr Eoin Whelan, of the Agile and Open Innovation cluster, has led a new study which examines how fitness apps can affect the wellbeing of users, both positively and negatively. Read more: RTÉ Today FM Irish Health News Irish Tech News Run Ireland Listen: RTÉ Radio 1 Drivetime (@ 2.26.40)