Israeli taxi company Gett is planning to double the size of its research and development (R&D) team in Tel Aviv before the end of the year, according to Shahar Waiser, the founder and CEO of Gett.
Speaking at the DLD Innovation conference in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, Waiser said he needs to employ more people to ensure Gett's R&D team is able to capitalise on technologies such as AI, machine learning, and autonomous vehicles.
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Tel Aviv is ready to indulge in its twin specialties of high tech and high times with the DLD Innovation Festival.