In this week's episode of Inside Israeli Innovation, Maayan Hoffman and Zachy Hennessey talk about the ripple effects of judicial reform on the Israeli economy in general and the high-tech sector specifically.
According to the latest report by Start-Up Nation Central (SNC), the reforms could be the catalyst for decreased funding and fewer Israeli start-ups being formed.
Hoffman talks to Eliran Elimelech, vice president of ecosystem strategy at SNC, about the organization's latest survey.
They also discuss July's scorching weather and how dinosaurs survived during this Mesozoic Era when the concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere were around 16 times higher than now and temperatures around six to nine degrees warmer than today.
Hennessy talks about a new artificial intelligence and automated news program presented by avatar clones.
Finally, he speaks with Tami Mazel Shachar, CEO of IncrediBuild Software Ltd., about her children's book series to encourage young girls to enter the tech industry.
About Inside Israeli Innovation
Israel is the Start-up Nation, the Scale-up Nation, the Unicorn Country. Join Maayan Hoffman, Jerusalem Post Deputy CEO - Strategy & Innovation, and Zachy Hennessey, JPost Business Correspondent, for their analysis of the most critical Israeli tech innovations. In each episode, they’ll highlight a new tech trend, discuss the latest innovation news and interview at least one of Israel’s most promising companies. So if you like to know what’s on the cutting edge, this Jerusalem Post show is for you.
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