MAGAZINE ABOUT LIFE IN ISRAEL

Tag archive

Education

Beer Sheba is Next Israeli Tech Hub

in Economy & Innovation

With seeds in education, roots in medicine, and growth in security, the newest technologies are beginning to blossom in Beer Sheba. Since David Ben Gurion shared his vision of a “desert in bloom,” it seems the fruit is finally ready to be picked. Beer Sheba is in a seemingly scarce location in the middle of…

Keep Reading

Twelve Israeli Cities Join Bloomberg Philanthropies Program

in Economy & Innovation

Twelve cities in Israel were chosen by Bloomberg to focus on city and cultural innovation. Acre, Ashdod, Bat Yam, and the southern region have been pinpointed as grounds for investment. With support of Bloomberg Philanthropies, and working together with the Interior Ministry and the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation, a team within the municipality…

Keep Reading

Start-Up Nation Struggles with Supply

in Economy & Innovation/Life, Culture & Sports

 In Israel, 17% of tech startups focus on artificial intelligence, or AI. Of the Israeli investments made in 2018, AI companies received a bulk of it, or 37%, reports Start Up Nation Central. The concern is, what happens when humans invest more in artificial intelligence than in their own? In Israel, the knowledge gap is…

Keep Reading

Largest Conference on Antisemitism in Jerusalem

in Economy & Innovation

In its fifth year, and the largest planned gathering to date, President Reuven Rivlin announced that over 30 world leaders and counting, will gather in Jerusalem to focus on “Remembering the Holocaust, Fighting Anti-Semitism.” The event is set to take place in January 2020 at Yad Vashem. The conference will also coincide with the 75th…

Keep Reading

Israel Working Towards “Brain Gain” with International Students

in Life, Culture & Sports

The startup nation is seeing the desired results after adding 26 international study programs in English to universities and colleges across the country. As of International Students Day honored on November 17, about 12,000 international students are registered to study in Israel. Half the students visit for short term or summer programs, and about 5,000…

Keep Reading

1 2 3 5
Go to Top