ABOUT US

 

THE MagniLEARN TEAM

WHO’S WHO

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Howard Cooper, M.Sc.

CEO

Howard has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Massachusetts and an M.Sc. in Psychology from the California State University in San Jose.

Howard ran Jerusalem Israel’s Marketing Operation and has extensive experience with tech startups, in high tech marketing, business development and investments. 

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Lana Tockus, Ph.D.

VP Product

Lana has a Ph.D. in Science Education and M.Sc. and B.Sc in Computer Science from The Hebrew University.

Lana specializes in understanding user needs and implementing them in working software products.

Michal Etzion, Ph.D.

VP  R&D

Michal has a Ph.D., M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Computer Science from the Hebrew University.

Michal was a senior algorithm developer and development leader in several technology companies.

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Prof. Ari Rappoport

Vision & Technology

Ari is a Full Professor of Computer Science at the Hebrew University.

Ari is one of the world’s leading natural language processing (NLP) researchers, and an entrepreneur

 

INVESTORS

 

CAREERS

WE’RE BUILDING A WORLD CLASS TEAM

Join innovators in Education and have an impact.  We are Data Scientists, Educators, Linguists, Programmers and Program Managers.  

We are located in Jerusalem’s iconic Mint building, at Derech Hebron 24, Jerusalem, “under-looking” the Old City Walls,

right next to the First Station restaurant district.

Full Stack Developer

DevOps

 
 

NEWS

ED-TECH STARTUP MAGNILEARN RECOGNIZED AS
PROMISING AI STARTUP IN CHINA'S INNOWEEK CONFERENCE

BEIJING, Jan. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- MagniLEARN, an Ed-Tech company using Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing,

received second prize for innovation in Artificial Intelligence and was recognized as a promising AI Startup in the third annual

China – Israel Innoweek Conference held in Beijing, China.

THE POWER OF ED-TECH

Up to 1.7 Billion people want to learn English throughout the world--300 Million in China, perhaps the same number in India. But China alone lacks 100,000 English Teachers. To get the job done China is turning to Ed-Tech. But current solutions are not succeeding.

For every student in China who develops fluency in English, 50 others fail. 

 

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