Peter Cahill is the founder of Voysis, an Irish start-up that has developed an intelligent personal assistant to rival the likes of Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa. Cahill tells us about his journey and why being independent is an advantage in the market.
We find out why Japan has issued a warning over North Korea’s behaviour and discuss how Marine Le Pen intends to rebrand France’s far-right. Plus: we examine internet censorship in China and ask what next for the men’s artistic director at Louis Vuitton?
This week we head to the small village of Laragh near the Irish border, to hear the story of a tin church that is enduring the test of time thanks to the community’s restoration work.
Description: Grab your tackle and steady your rod: we cast our net out into the wide world of fishing with a magazine celebrating the angling lifestyle. Plus: ‘The New York Times’ releases a regular kids section and we meet one of the best art-book designers in the business.
This unlikely Japanese design has graced the wrists of the famous and infamous (Osama bin Laden and Barack Obama both had one) since 1991. Here we pay homage to a humble masterpiece of industrial design: the Casio F-91W watch.