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For inquiries: liron.nlicompetition@yadhanadiv.org.il

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    Technology Partnership

    Israeli start-up giants are joining the competition as technology partners – technology experts from Gong, OpenWeb, Cybereason, MyHeritage, and Lightricks will assist the competitors to think their innovative ideas through and build their technological solutions. In addition, representatives from the companies, which are leaders in various fields relevant to the Library’s materials, advise the competition’s juror panel.

    Dr Zeev Farbman, Co-Founder and CEO of Lightricks: “Lightricks is located a short walking distance from the National Library, but is perceived to be worlds away. I welcome our opportunity, as an enterprise based in Jerusalem that develops tools and services for advanced editing and monetisation of photos and videos on mobile platforms, to apply advanced technologies in order to narrow the distance between the two. We are delighted to be a part in the competition, which aims to make the National Library accessible and digital, while connecting technology to the world of the written, photographed, and filmed content creation.”

    Eviatar Tenne, Data Platform Director at Cybereason: “We are happy to take part the National Library contemporary digital transformation. As a child, I spent hours with my father in the library and today, I take pride in the fact that the technological experience we have gained is enabling us to give back to society.”

    Ohad Parush, EVP of Research and Development at Gong: “As a world leader in the field of AI, specifically in the field of NLP, Gong is pleased to be a partner in this important project, which aims to encourage creativity around providing access to the vast amounts of information at the National Library. We at Gong believe that to be successful, it is necessary to challenge conventional wisdom and think outside the box, and we are certain that this will also be true in this case.”

    Roy Laor, VP Business Development at OpenWeb: “As a company that works to create healthy online conversations around articles and tries to fight cyber-violence, we are proud to take part in the project and hope that, together with other industry leaders, we will enable the National Library to provide access to cultural heritage materials in the digital space.”

     

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