israel tech

'Israel’s high uncertainty is killing business'

The CEO of one of Israel’s largest IT companies, Aman Group, explains what businesses are planning to do in case the local economy plummets.

Ben-Gurion U. develops AI system to identify social norm violations

Prof. Yair Neuman and his engineer Yochai Cohen built the system using GPT-3, zero-shot text classification and automatic rule discovery.

Coronavirus & Israeli Tech

Government allocates NIS 75 million for innovation centers in Israel's periphery

The inter-ministerial effort could be instrumental in incorporating more Israeli demographics into its high-tech industry.

Researchers find Israeli-made Pegasus spyware deployed across Armenia

What researchers were able to confirm "is the tip of the iceberg," said Natalia Krapiva, the tech-legal counsel for Access Now. "The targeting was quite extensive."


Likud's Ofir Akunis plans international tech expo for Israel’s 75th

Akunis welcomed 23 ministers to Jerusalem in his previous term in the role five years ago for a science policy conference and to mark Israel’s 70th year.

This technology will make cultivated meat production faster and cheaper

The collaboration between Enzymit and Aleph Farms holds immense potential for the cultivation of cow cells as well as extending to other cultivated meat types.

Cloud insurance tech platform Novidea closes $50 million funding round

The insurance industry has been slow to evolve due to legacy systems that are difficult and expensive to scale, and limited access to real-time management information.

Could 'Personalized Nutrition' be the next health-tech buzz?

“Personalized nutrition” is a field of technology based on multidisciplinary research which utilizes AI and machine learning to tailor unique nutrition recommendations.

Coronavirus & Israeli Tech

Israeli hi-tech runs risk of splitting thanks to global market uncertainty

The gap between the technological stock index return on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and that of Nasdaq is increasing, raising fears of a "splitting."

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AI to boost world economy by over 15 trillion dollars in seven years

According to Israel's predictions, the global AI market could reach $900 billion by the end of 2026.

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