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The ministry in collaboration with the She Codes community of women in technology has launched a NIS 20 million initiative to address the shortage of female representation in the industry.
A travel-tech showcase brought to the entertainment capital of the world a delegation of 15 Israeli start-ups with solutions for gaming and integrated resorts.
Japanese and Chinese supercomputers may leave start-up nation in the dust
Israel has given New Delhi a list of 200 products on which it would like tariffs removed, to make it easier for Israelis to overcome unwieldy bureaucracy in India.
By MAX SCHINDLER
While local start-ups succeed across the board, insurance disruption proves trickier.
A dozen women, along with seven start-up founders, to speed-date with US investors.
The core philosophy of SparkBeyond is to leverage advanced data sets and transform them into a predictive hypothesis that connects artificial intelligence to have both business and social impact.
By HILLEL FULD
You became an entrepreneur to be your own boss, so don’t give up this power so naively. And remember: ownership dilutes.
By RABEA BADER
So far so good, but bringing in an enormous amount of tourism without grand branding strategic action is like doing only half of the work.
By ITZHAK MASHIAH
In 2000, Shoham approached the Technion’s incubator and started a company, today known as Mazor Robotics.
By AVI JORISCH
By DAVID ROSH PINA
It’s not surprising that so many Israelis, many former kibbutzniks, are helping define the sharing economy.
By SIVAN SHAMRI DAHAN
The goal of the P.I.E Challenge is to bring about a revolution in math learning, so that each student can learn for five-unit math in a way that has been individually structured.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
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