A young woman at a technology start-up in Israel has been awarded a PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, but her project has been criticised as a waste of her time and money.
In April, Shira Kohnan, 23, and a team of four students at Tel Aviv University created a software application that allows people to share their knowledge and expertise on the internet.
In an interview with The Jerusalem Times, Kohna said she is looking forward to sharing her project with the world, but said the amount of research she has done so far was “worthless”.
“There is no sense of excitement about the project because we are not really thinking about what we are doing,” Kohnanu told The Times.
“We are trying to make something useful and useful for people, not for us.”
I have done a lot of research, and there are a lot more projects out there that I would like to be involved in.
“Kohnanu’s project has so far attracted more than 60,000 unique visitors to the website.
She says the program has attracted thousands of people to the site, and even created new connections within Israel, which is home to more than 50 million people.
The students, all from the humanities, have spent more than a year working on the app, which allows users to share videos and photographs with their fellow users.”
When we started we started with an idea, but there was a lot we wanted to improve,” Koiranu said.”
We started by creating a site where you can submit videos and pictures of your research, so that people could see the work that you have done.
“Koiranu added that she and her team did not want to become the only person who shared their research, but wanted to make it accessible to the general public.
She added: “We don’t want to create an online encyclopedia, we want to make a place where you could come to share your work and learn from others.
We are not looking for a job, we are looking for opportunities and we are trying hard to reach as many people as possible.”‘
This is a very exciting project’While the app was launched in April, Koiran said that she was unable to share her data with the public at the time.”
It was a little bit too early to say whether it would be funded or not, but the money was coming through.””
And the funding was given on a sliding scale.
It was a little bit too early to say whether it would be funded or not, but the money was coming through.”
Kirigaya Akenfield, an assistant professor of technology at the Hebrew university, said that Koirans project was a “huge achievement” for her department, but she said that it had to be viewed with some scepticism.
“There’s no way to know whether the students have really been engaged with the project,” Akenfields said.
Akenfield said that the students’ project is a continuation of what was already being done in Israel.
“Israel is an interesting country in many ways,” she told The Jerusalem, adding that she hoped that the project would lead to further collaboration.
“It’s a very promising project, but I think it needs to be carefully evaluated,” she added.
“And in terms of the future of this project, I think this is a great opportunity to start the conversation about what kind of research is being done, and how do we make the best use of our resources.”
Kontra Haimi, a PhD student at Telesur who is also from the faculty of the Hebrews, said she was “very excited” to be part of the project.
“My hope is that the young people will do something that will contribute to the scientific world,” she noted.
“What we do is the research that we are going to contribute to, and what we have to do in the future is to use the knowledge that we’ve learned to do more interesting things.”
Kieran Nitzan, a professor of data science at the Institute of Computer Science in Israel, said he was also interested in learning more about the students project.
Nitzan told The Israel Times that he hopes the students will become more involved in the wider scientific community, and that they could inspire others.
“If you are a young researcher, this is something you need to do,” he said.