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The ministry in collaboration with the She Codes community of women in technology has launched a NIS 20 million initiative to address the shortage of female representation in the industry.
A travel-tech showcase brought to the entertainment capital of the world a delegation of 15 Israeli start-ups with solutions for gaming and integrated resorts.
Japanese and Chinese supercomputers may leave start-up nation in the dust
Dayzz, a Herzliya-based health start-up specializing in sleep training, launched a personalized sleep training app built for enterprise workforces.
By EYTAN HALON
The Detroit Jewish community has already pre-ordered the finished product and the system will initially be installed in 25 locations.
“We’re talking about start-ups and hi-tech companies, for whom before there was no solution. Now, they will have much more flexibility.”
By MAX SCHINDLER
One Israeli cyber-privacy start-up, MyPermissions, says the Cambridge Analytica scandal could’ve been avoided.
The accelerator began operating in the beginning of March as part of Google’s Launchpad startup program.
6 Degrees uses laser-inscribing machinery to invisibly encrypt an ID on diamonds to prevent trafficking.
The fund, named Libertad Ventures, is expected to put out another call for applications to develop cutting-edge technology for its spying purposes, later this year.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Spectory is a development and design company that guides entrepreneurs through tortuous terrain towards their dreams.
By TERRANCE MINTNER
Fuld says he built his entire high-tech career on being a freier.
Rhett & Link first signed a cooperation agreement with Wix last October.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
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