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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
The third annual ShukTech, a collaborative event with Jerusalem’s Development Authority (JDA), will turn the city’s celebrated outdoor marketplace into a tech hub.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Already, some 15 hospitals and medical centers in Europe and the US are using Aidoc’s beta software, which can be downloaded onto a radiologist’s work station.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Splitty, an Israeli travel-tech start-up, has figured out a way to “hack” your hotel reservation and separate it into at least two bookings, opening you up to many more discounts.
OurCrowd is banking on the future of artificial intelligence disruption.
The branding is based on Hapoalim’s vision of promoting the financial liberty of its customers.
Akita Instant Privacy security device analyzes sources that Internet-of-things devices should be communicating with and instantly flags any anomalies.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
The drug is undergoing a Phase Three clinical trial this year and if all goes as planned, the life saving drug could be available by 2020.
With record-breaking acquisitions of Israeli start-ups by multinational corporations in 2017, what does 2018 have in store for Israel?
Chinese money is increasingly flowing into Israeli hi-tech companies and is likely to overtake the US as the number one source of foreign investment for the Jewish state.
Learn about some of the historic agreements and collaborations between the United States and the Jewish State.
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