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<Makor Rishon> A spotlight on CEO Gadi Bleicher

Updated: Oct 15, 2023

Gadi sat down with Makor Rishon and spoke a bit about himself, giving us a personal insight into the the man who is leading the Curiosity Robotics company.


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If you read Hebrew, read the publication by Makor Rishon here and/or here. For the rest of us, here's a summary of their spotlight article!


The title of the article reads: Coordination of expectations for starting a new job is critical. The employee specifies what he expects from the manager and himself and the manager clarifies what he expects form the employee and what he is committed to.

The title of the article reads: Coordination of expectations for starting a new job is critical. The employee specifies what he expects from the manager and himself and the manager clarifies what he expects form the employee and what he is committed to.   (top right text box) Our robot, Aico, is specially designed to support children as they learn English during their formative years. This robot possesses a unique charm and magic; engaging kids through playful activities, songs, dances, and even emotional expressions. Enhanced with AI, it ensures a maximally effective and enriching learning experience.  (green text box top left) At Curiosity Robotics, we've harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to create software tailored for our social robots, aiming to revolutionize early language learning. Currently, we have a dedicated team of 20 and are in the product testing phase.  (mid left text box) For the past 30 years, I've been passionate about diving. I've explored places around the world, including the Galápagos Islands. The breathtaking images are etched in my memory to this day, and the diving gear serves as a reminder for planning my next dive.  (middle text box) A colleague introduced me to the reMarkable2 digital notebook, and it's been a game-changer. Ever since I purchased it, I've been thanking him.  It allows for full concentration while offering numerous features that help organize all knowledge and institutional memory in a useful, intuitive, and easy manner, significantly aiding in employee management and monitoring of planning versus execution.  (bottom left text box) I dream of managing a fund that is dedicated to backing social projects and initiatives that would make our society more inclusive and just.  1. First Paycheck I worked as a bike courier for a flower shop in my hometown, Be'er Sheva. With that money, I saved up and bought my very first motorcycle, which I then used to discover the trails of the Negev desert up close.  2. Achille's Heel Guitar lessons. Unlike professional and managerial challenges where I never gave up until the desired result was achieved, I abandoned the guitar. I hope to return to learning how to play it one day.  3. A Moment in Crisis For me, that was the death of my parents.  I learned about my inner strength, to believe in the ability to build and grow again, to see the light even in dark moments.  4. Tips for an Employee Aligning expectations is critical to a new start. It consists of four parts:  The employee clarifies what they hope for from their manager. The employee sets out what they expect from themselves. Conversely, the manager explains what they expect from the employee. The manager clarifies their commitments in the context of their joint work.

  • (top right text box) Our robot, Aico, is specially designed to support children as they learn English during their formative years. This robot possesses a unique charm and magic; engaging kids through playful activities, songs, dances, and even emotional expressions. Enhanced with AI, it ensures a maximally effective and enriching learning experience.


  • (green text box top left) At Curiosity Robotics, we've harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to create software tailored for our social robots, aiming to revolutionize early language learning. Currently, we have a dedicated team of 20 and are in the product testing phase.


  • (mid left text box) For the past 30 years, I've been passionate about diving. I've explored places around the world, including the Galápagos Islands. The breathtaking images are etched in my memory to this day, and the diving gear serves as a reminder for planning my next dive.


  • (middle text box) A colleague introduced me to the reMarkable2 digital notebook, and it's been a game-changer. Ever since I purchased it, I've been thanking him. It allows for full concentration while offering numerous features that help organize all knowledge and institutional memory in a useful, intuitive, and easy manner, significantly aiding in employee management and monitoring of planning versus execution.


  • (bottom left text box) I dream of managing a fund that is dedicated to backing social projects and initiatives that would make our society more inclusive and just.


1. First Paycheck

I worked as a bike courier for a flower shop in my hometown, Be'er Sheva. With that money, I saved up and bought my very first motorcycle, which I then used to discover the trails of the Negev desert up close.


2. Achille's Heel

Guitar lessons. Unlike professional and managerial challenges where I never gave up until the desired result was achieved, I abandoned the guitar. I hope to return to learning how to play it one day.


3. A Moment in Crisis

For me, that was the death of my parents.

I learned about my inner strength, to believe in the ability to build and grow again, to see the light even in dark moments.


4. Tips for an Employee

Aligning expectations is critical to a new start. It consists of four parts:

  1. The employee clarifies what they hope for from their manager.

  2. The employee sets out what they expect from themselves.

  3. Conversely, the manager explains what they expect from the employee.

  4. The manager clarifies their commitments in the context of their joint work.



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