Jerusalem kids tackle lockdown challenges in ‘corona-hackathon’

PICO Kids works in over 60 schools across Israel’s capital, serving communities with a diverse religious and cultural background with the support of about 100 mentors as well as many volunteers.

A businessperson working at his computer (Illustrative)
Coronavirus hackathon offers innovative solutions to harsh restrictions

Remote work, fake news and the education system are just a few key issues participants were asked to face in a hackathon to deal with coronavirus challenges.

Holocaust survivor Edward Mosberg and granddaughter light a memorial torch at the Yom Hashoah ceremo
AI to preserve Holocaust survivors stories long beyond their years

“With antisemitism on the rise, it’s crucial we keep the haunting memories and lessons of the Holocaust alive to ensure what our people endured is never forgotten," said Professor Dina Porat.

Founder and Director of Haifa Teen Tech Liora Kalish talks at July 11th opening ceremony
Haifa Teen Tech event promotes technology and problem solving

70 students from around the world come together to solve everyday challenges.

HiBob engineers Lior Harel, Doron Cyngiser and Omri Hecht win the gold at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchang
What’s the future of Israeli insurance-tech?

While local start-ups succeed across the board, insurance disruption proves trickier.

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