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"MDGo’s technology aims to do something that is close to our hearts, which is saving lives," said Volvo Cars Tech Fund CEO Zaki Fasihuddin.
The firm, located east of Tel Aviv, employs 105 people and “has raised $16 million to date from investors.”
Facilitating internal mobility within enterprises has increasingly become the focus of Tel Aviv-based artificial intelligence career development start-up Gloat's work.
The Chinese ecommerce giant is opening seven R&D labs around the world including one in Tel Aviv.
The Contemporary Problems in Mathematics and Physics conference brought together more than 60 scientists from the two countries.
By VICTORIA MARTYNOV
Amazon said in an announcement that it is seeking to hire scientists, software engineers and product managers for the two offices.
The program will help Israeli hi-tech companies succeed in the huge Chinese market.
By MAX SCHINDLER
In the US alone, nearly 1 million heart failure cases are diagnosed annually, and Israel faces thousands of hospitalizations annually over the issue.
Sygic Travel has been helping people plan trip itineraries since 2011.
By ARIEL SHAPIRO
With the Oracle start-up program, the company will host five Israeli start-ups for six months to get support from in-house business managers and technical experts.
Start-up Nation Central looks to continue to boost Israeli trade through its appointment of Hilton as GM.
One of Israel’s most inspirational startups set out, but failed to build a nationwide infrastructure to support 100-percent electric cars.
By YAKIR FELDMAN
The visiting American talk-show host interrupted high schoolers as they partook in a nonstop, 24-hour hackathon held in Jerusalem’s Tower of David Museum.
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