Mobileye targets up to $16 bln valuation in US IPO

Mobileye's initial public offering follows Porsche's blockbuster debut in Europe and could be an early sign of improving investor sentiment.

A general view of a Mobileye autonomous driving test vehicle, at the Mobileye headquarters

Intel's self-driving unit Mobileye files for US IPO

Mobileye, an Israeli company that Intel bought for about $15.3 billion in 2017, uses a camera-based system with adaptive cruise control and lane change assistance in driverless cars.


Mobileye vets launch start-up to assess what drugs should go to trial

OMEC.AI, founded by Ori Shachar and Amir Harel, aims to transform the process of drug discovery and development for the betterment of human health.

Five reasons Israeli tech growth is just beginning

In 2021 alone, both the size and volume of investments in the Israeli tech ecosystem grew exponentially. Some $25.6b. was invested in Israeli tech start-ups.


2022 sets the record in Jewish youth groups visiting Israel

After two years of the pandemic, 2022 has been a record year in the last decade so far in the arrival of Jewish youth groups from all over the world.

Intel's Mobileye, partners to launch self-driving shuttles in US in 2024

The shuttles will be operated in "contained geo-fenced areas" where speed limits are 35 miles an hour or less.

Artificial intelligence

As AI Week kicks off, here are a few notable topics of discussion

Where is AI headed? A virtual three-day conference hostel by TAU and co-founded by Intel intends to find out.

Mobileye announces autonomous driving chip; collaborations with VW, Ford, and Zeekr

Eye Q is Mobileye’s answer to the growing interest in autonomous vehicles (AVs): the system-on-chip is “purpose built for autonomous driving”, according to the company.

Intel Global appoints 10 Israelis to senior positions

Intel has recently been making moves in the Israeli market.

Prof. Amnon Shashua, President and CEO, Mobileye, Senior Vice President, Intel Corporation

Mobileye CEO injured in helicopter crash

Mobileye CEO and founder Amnon Shashua was lightly injured on Sunday morning after the helicopter he was flying crashed into a field in the Sharon region. 

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