Rafael and RAD Bynet prepare to train Israel’s periphery in AI skills
Rafael Advanced Combat Systems Ltd. and RAD Bynet Communications have entered a new cooperation agreement that includes initiating an educational-employment project that will help young people in the country’s northern region to be trained in AI and big data technologies. The project will be led by Kaleidoo, which belongs to Bynet Communications, and will last one year for recent veterans of the IDF.
The program plans to offer comprehensive and practical training so that its graduates can integrate easily into Israel’s tech sector, which is currently undergoing a talent shortage. Taking place at Kaleidoo’s development center in Bar-Lev Park in Galilee, Rafael and Bynet hope to promote Israel’s periphery and encourage young people to strive for jobs they otherwise would not have the opportunity to pursue.