20 stories about Interview
BiblioTech Yaniv

“We all need to live our personal lives like a startup”

26.09.23|James Spiro
Yaniv Rivlin, author of "Live Like a Startup: Take The Initiative and Transform Your Life”, joined CTech to discuss the English release of his Hebrew bestselling book
BiblioTech Uri

“The biggest mistake people make is thinking that incentives are just money”

21.09.23|James Spiro
Uri Gneezy, author of “Mixed Signals: How Incentives Really Work” joined CTech as part of CTech’s BiblioTech video series to share insights from his new book
BiblioTech Tomas

“There is probably an 80% consensus that free will is actually overrated”

20.09.23|James Spiro
Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, author of “I, Human: AI, Automation, and the Quest to Reclaim What Makes Us Unique”, joins CTech as part of its new BiblioTech video series
Tali Gross SixtyFive 20

This young CEO solves the financial hardship of retirees with his Fintech product

07.09.23|Michael Matias and Betty Elbert
With the rising cost of living, millions of American seniors find themselves in economic hardship. Tali Gross, the CEO and Co-founder of SixtyFive, aims to empower seniors to transform their home equity into an accessible income on demand
Lior Grove 20

Lior Handelsman: "I get to see the future, like, five times a week"

08.08.23|Michael Matias and Betty Elbert
The VC investor joined Michael Matias to discuss what he looks for when trying to assess the success of tomorrow's leading companies.
וידאו CTech Tokyo Conference Rachel Yarkoni

myAir: Managing your stress so it doesn't manage you

05.06.23|CTech, Ariela Karmel
Rachel Yarcony, co-founder & CEO myAir, spoke to CTech at the Israel-Japan Conference in Tokyo about how her Israeli startup is penetrating the Japanese market
Elephant Chaim Schiff

"Nobody is doing a secondary deal just because they read an article…Investors are a lot more picky now"

09.05.23|James Spiro
Elephant CEO Chaim Schiff joined CTech to discuss secondary markets and how private companies can benefit from them
מגזין עצמאות 4.5.22 עובדי אופטיבס Optibus

Optibus CEO pauses to reflect one year after obtaining unicorn status

26.04.23|Meir Orbach
In the economically unstable year that has passed since Optibus was ranked number one on Calcalist’s annual list of the most promising Israeli startups, the company has doubled its revenues and workforce
ינאי זגורי מנהל טכנולוגיות למידה ב HIT

"The AI genie is out of the bottle and I don't really think it can be put back in"

13.04.23|Maayan Cohen-Rozen
Yanay Zaguri, an expert in learning technologies and AVP of Organizational Growth at AppsFlyer, tackles the artificial intelligence revolution: "Humanity needs to write a new code of ethics"
 יודפת הראל בוכריס

"If we do not work to save the Zionist enterprise, we will lose everything we built"

06.04.23|Meir Orbach
Yodfat Harel Buchris, Managing Director at Blumberg Capital and one of the leaders of the high-tech protest, is fighting for her home
Avi Simplex

Israeli mapping company unleashes its tech in Italy

03.04.23|James Spiro
Simplex produces high-resolution aerial 3D mapping for municipalities and private companies.
Ronen Assia - Team8

Definitively fintech: “Fintech is the driver for everything we can think about”

21.02.23|Yonatan Sredni
In an in-depth interview, Ronen Assia, Managing Partner at venture group Team8 and co-founder of social investing platform eToro, talks fintech, the future - and even farming
אלון ימין ממייסדי חברת קופיליקס Copyleaks

Copy catcher: The Israeli startup that can spot AI-written text

12.02.23|Omer Kabir
As the emergence of ChatGPT raises fears of plagiarism, Israeli startup Copyleaks identifies texts created by artificial intelligence, and has already proven its capabilities to US academic institutions asking to check the originality of students’ work
יניב מקובר מנכ"ל Anyword

Extreme Makover: “Generative AI is the most exciting step in AI”

12.02.23|Yonatan Sredni
From ChatGPT replacing human writers to Israel’s president’s AI-aided speech, Anyword CEO Yaniv Makover takes CTech on a deep dive into “a super valuable jump in technology”