AI in Jerusalem: Companies to watch in Israel's capital

The following are several companies in Jerusalem with unique applications of AI and how they are making an impact.

Move over, ChatGPT: Israeli start-up AI21 Labs' AI to cite sources

This addresses something that the AI21 team refers to as "the Achilles' heel of AI-generated text," which is a lack of sources and the chance of factual error.

How to build a successful start-up: Lessons from Waze's Uri Levine

Waze co-founder Uri Levine released his first book, Fall in Love with the Problem – Not the Solution, a Handbook for Entrepreneurs.

Sports-tech start-up Griiip wins international award

Wayne Zuckerman, an early American-based supporter, first invested in Griiip when they were manufacturing cars.

Will inflation, market upheaval bring public tech firms to Tel Aviv? - comment

According to the TASE data, there are currently 69 dual-listed companies, of which 47 have a real connection to Israel.


'We were thinking about the future while we were still in school'

Joel Bar-El, Tel Aviv University alumnus, talks about the company’s expansion in the global market, how TAU helped shape his personality and the fruitful collaboration that continues to this day.

A CYBER hotline facility, part of Israel’s hi-tech innovative sector

What are two main goals for increasing human capital in Israeli hi-tech?

Committee for increasing human capital in hi-tech publishes final conclusions, outlining the way to expand proportion of people employed in hi-tech

By Lior Novik/Maariv
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Nilus raises $8.6M for fintech platform that does away multi-million dollar spreadsheets

The company, which develops a platform designed to help companies better keep track of their payments data, aims to use its funding to onboard and support to further develop its platform.

Over 1,100 layoffs in December following Playtika, SodaStream downsizing

These layoffs are only the latest in a months-long trend of firings throughout the Israeli business sector.

Smart stethoscope diagnosing heart issues wins Tel Aviv start-up contest

Swedish firm Acorai was one of 64 start-ups to take part in the competition in Tel Aviv featuring medical innovation start-ups from around the world.

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