The Israeli tech ecosystem is known for its innovations in cybersecurity, defense, and ag-tech. But one of the most profound, though lesser known, sectors of the Israeli tech ecosystem is assistive technologies for the disabled.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution spurs companies to embrace digitization and innovative technologies, artificial intelligence is transforming entire industries, making organizations smarter, more efficient, and more competitive. In the process, Israel has become a leading
For Israel, innovation has always been inextricably linked to the survival, security, and well-being of the people. “How did we start up a nation from nothing and transform it into a nation of start-ups?” the
Israel was ranked among the top 10 countries in the 2019 Global Innovation Index (GII) of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Read the full article by Tamar Beeri in the Jerusalem Post
With well over 6,000 startups and high-tech companies, Israel embodies the idea that for bold innovators and dynamic problem-solvers seeking to drive human ingenuity forward, if you will it, it is no dream. The State
Pegged at $100 billion, the gaming market is the largest sector in the global entertainment industry, attracting more than 2.2 billion players across a wide range of platforms and formats. This lucrative market creates