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Trinity Business + Technology Forum 18 - Data: The New Oil

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Date: 01 March 2018
Time(s): 0900-1800
Venue: Trinity Biomedical Science Institute, 152-160 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
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Trinity Business School is partnering with the Trinity Research and Innovation Group to transform the successful Trinity Global Business Forum into the even more exciting new Trinity Business & Technology Forum. The Forum has been an annual event designed to bring the entire Trinity business community together in order to address the main issues facing business, as well as to network and make things happen.
The additional feature this year will showcase how Trinity, via its research and innovation programs, translates ideas and concepts into solutions with global economic and social impact. As a research intensive university we are committed to the dissemination of knowledge and expertise as one of our key deliverables to the benefit of the City of Dublin, the country and the international community. This transformation and transfer of knowledge can take many forms from excellence in research publications to licensing of intellectual property to enterprise to campus company formation which subsequently enable innovation and create new opportunities for business. 
In choosing this years theme of 'Data: The New Oil', we look forward to discussing the key aspects of this game changing phenomena with presentations from thought leaders in the field along with contributors from Trinity's Research and Innovation community who are pushing the boundaries of this new era. 
This one day conference will comprise of keynote addresses, panel sessions and technology showcases in areas such as the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Life Science Technologies.
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