Our second A.I.Camp for undergrads has just come to a close. You can view the video roundup here, and register your interest for next year!
Kainos announces half year results. Read on for the full story on how we’ve performed this year so far.
Kainos will attend the AI Summit in New York City as part of a DIT mission to showcase the UK’s leadership in AI. Read the full story.
Big news – we are now taking applications for Earn as you Learn 2019. Read the full story.
Kainos is exhibiting at this year’s Skills Northern Ireland event, showcasing the wealth of opportunities it provides for young people.
Read an interview with one of our longest standing Code Club volunteers, Digital Services Senior Software Engineer Martin.
From identifying media bias through to keeping our streets clean and safe, A.I. contestants show how AI can be applied to everyday life.
20 students recently completed Northern Ireland’s most prestigious Artificial Intelligence training programme – read the full story!
To ensure our people get to present at SXSW, we need your votes! Read on for a short synopsis of each session, vote and share!
Free, unique two-week course in Belfast and Birmingham offered to all undergraduates interested in machine learning.
Introducing the Kainos Business Analyst Academy – what’s it all about?
Kainos has secured a nomination in a total of three categories, at the 2018 Digital DNA Awards.
Kainos today announces Gender Pay reporting as of April 2017.
Kainos welcomes ranking in the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work for for the sixth year in a row. Read the full story here.
Kainos launches its 2018 Earn as you Learn programme, with a pledge to invest £10 million in entry-level talent over the next five years.
Kainos MSc Cyber Security Students come top of the class.
Kainos announces the creation of 15 new high-tech roles at its digital hub in Derry – Londonderry
The Earn as you Learn scheme sees its first ever graduate in 2017. Read the full story here.
Find out more about our eight-week WebOps Academy and how to apply for this fantastic opportunity.
Attendees will develop skills in machine learning, software development and data analysis.
Kainos is celebrating after being commended for its commitment to Workplace Wellbeing at the Irish News Workplace and Employment Awards.
For the 5th consecutive year, Kainos is shortlisted among the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies!
You can now watch the talks from February’s ProductTank Belfast here.
Kainos today announced a partnership with Queen’s University Belfast that explores new and innovative ways to deliver flexible education.
Kainos is celebrating after being commended for its commitment to training and skills development by HRH Princess Royal this week.
We’re delighted to have been recognised as Placement Employer of the Year by University of Ulster. Watch their video profiling us here.
Our creative, relevant and high-impact training courses have earned us a prestigious City & Guild Group’s Princess Royal Training Award.
Kainos MAP, our training academy, is designed to offer all Kainos people access to tailor-made, career-building development. Established in 2015, MAP encompasses all kinds of training opportunities, from presentation skills to in-depth technical courses, and intensive management and leadership development. All are shaping Kainos’ future leaders and managers. MAP, shorthand for Master, Accomplish, Progress, is at…
Brendan Mooney was given an honorary degree for services to Business and Commerce by Queens University this week. He attended the graduation ceremony for the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science to pick up this award, and is pictured here with Kainos Graduate Software Engineers Toireasa Moley, John O’Neill, Kelly Moore and Grace Geary. Speaking…
Belfast has one of the highest ‘Digital Densities’ of any city in the UK, as demonstrated by this week’s Tech Nation report. In all, 19 per cent of firms in Belfast are defined as digital technology companies, which gives it a higher proportion than Liverpool, Birmingham or Edinburgh. Belfast also showed a 14.8% growth in…