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“‘Lo ta’amod al dam re’eikha.’ Do not be indifferent to the bloodshed of your fellow man,” Cook said after receiving the ADL’s Courage Against Hate Award.
Sonarax unveiled on Wednesday what it describes as "a new standard" in machine-to-machine connectivity, allowing devices to communicate with one another using sound waves.
There are many reasons why someone would need to wear an ECG medical device that can provide vital information to healthcare providers. But wearing them can be obtrusive and embarrassing.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
DeepGestalt achieved 91% accuracy in identifying the correct syndrome on 502 images representing over 200 different genetic syndromes, and outperformed expert clinicians in three experiments.
By EYTAN HALON
Shine plans to build 460 communities over the next 10 years, housing 50,000 adults with level 1 autism.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The idea behind Hotelmize first came to CEO Dor Krubiner while he was planning his summer vacation.
The network of leading digital nations was established in 2014 in London by five founding members, including Israel. This week, the Jewish state hosted the annual meeting for the first time.
For the third year running, the company has held on to the top spot in Dun & Bradstreet’s annual report of the 50 best hi-tech companies to work for in the country.
Start-up targeting recruitment industry initially focusing on $2 billion engineering market in the United States.
“The Israeli hi-tech industry represents only roughly 10% of the population, but they have a separate ecosystem to everyone else in the country.”
The Israeli spacecraft completed a maneuver on Tuesday and communicated with the IAI and SpaceIL control room ahead of its expected arrival to the moon.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
What better way to encourage love of science among children than having them see and hear astronauts read them bedtime stories – from space?
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