Machine Brains: A Peek into the World of AI and Machine Learning
A pilot programme co-organised by Tel Aviv University of Israel (TAU) with Inspire Education Association (IEA)
Israel is considered to be a global leader in high tech. Israel also has the reputation as 'start-up nation', showcasing the success of its innovation-driven high-tech economy. Much of the credit for today's thriving knowledge economy is given to Israel's education system, from kindergarten to Israeli universities and research institutes.
Israel introduces STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subjects to Israeli children in kindergarten through middle school to universities, encouraging them to have scientific thinking and prepare them for their adult lives and potential high-tech jobs.
Founded in 1956, TAU is Israel's largest and most comprehensive institution of higher learning and research. It offers 125 schools and departments across the spectrum of sciences, humanities and arts; Israel's biggest bio-medical research and teaching complex; and 128 research centres.
Tel Aviv Youth University offers unique programs for talented and gifted high school students, enabling them to integrate within the exciting world of research and academia and enriching their minds with respective subjects with strength.