Tag Archive: Google

Student Web Summit 2014

Self-driving taxis and trucks will become the norm within twenty years. Self-driving cars will follow not long after. Huge swathes of jobs will disappear. And the development of true artificial intelligence poses an existential threat to humanity. These were… Continue reading

End of my Google contract

It feels like I only recently started, but my time at Google has already come to an end! 11 months have passed in what feels like two or three. In equal parts challenging,… Continue reading

GOOGLE ADCAMP EMEA 2014

This guest blog post first appeared on Google’s student blog here, as well as across Google’s social media and email newsletters. Its aim was to promote one of Google’s student annual student events in a fun way. I sourced the… Continue reading

New Online Data Journalism Courses

I’ve just earned a certificate for the completion of another online data course, Making Sense of Data, and hopefully taken another step towards becoming a full-fledged data journalist. I also have another excellent course… Continue reading

Journalism of Hope: Lord Puttnam at Google

Lord Puttnam came to Google Dublin recently and gave a brilliant talk on leadership which I attended – read my thoughts on Puttnam’s Five Laws of Creative Leadership over here. But now I… Continue reading

New job with Google

I’m now working as a University Programmes Coordinator for Google, at their EMEA headquarters in Dublin. This wasn’t planned: after finishing my internship with Amazon I was looking forward to a summer break… Continue reading