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When it comes to patient care, technology is already changing so many aspects of the healthcare world, but one device has gone unnoticed and un-disrupted by technology.
By NADINE WOJAKOVSKI
The first season of TechTalk will highlight over fifty cutting-edge Israeli companies, showcasing revolutionary technological innovations, from flying taxis to robots for the elderly.
The forecasts presented at the Conference in recent years have proven their success.
By JONATHAN MIMOUNI
John drove on his car. They ride in the bus. For someone who does not speak English perfectly, the first two sentences might seem just fine.
Trigo uses artificial intelligence and computer vision technologies to eliminate the need for checkouts and product scanning.
The We Company had originally planned to go public with an all-male seven-member board, a practice major investors frown upon, saying more diverse boards make better decisions.
There are many reasons for this discrepancy, and the solution is not for the government to increase Bituach Leumi benefits substantially.
New FATF pronouncement shakes up the cryptocurrency market
In life, you can blame a lot of people and wallow in self-pity, or you can pick yourself up and say, ‘Listen, I have to be responsible for myself.’” – Howard Schultz
MDGo's latest innovation is proving to be a big help in every way from medical imaging, to drug discovery, to medication management, and even robotic surgery.
Leading carmakers realize Tel Aviv’s mobility tech hub is here to stay
"This country is not just deeply meaningful for me, but also for Facebook," said Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, who briefly lived in Israel as a young child.
The hub will seek to strengthen the relationship between Israel's civilian and defense markets.
The amount passengers spent on trips rose 20% while the amount Uber kept after paying its drivers increased just 4%.
Tel Aviv University is busy breaking down barriers between faculties that previously enjoyed little interaction.
"[The low-wage group] works overtime as a result of economic constraints," Endeweld wrote.
Israel is in a much better position than most countries around the world.
The case was a general class action alleging the ITA lacked authority to go back more than 10 years according to criminal rules in the Income Tax Ordinance.
‘We intend to use this funding round to continue our growth, to build our sales force and perhaps open more offices in the US and Europe.’
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
In the second quarter, VC-backed deals notched a record $1.81 billion in 73 deals, accounting for 78% of the total amount raised in the quarter.
By DAVID DIMOLFETTA
"For the past five years, there have been solutions promised to the community by many, yet no one has delivered," said Armstrong Williams.
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
– George Santayana
CEO Daniel Birnbaum and other SodaStream executive officers remained at the company following the completion of the acquisition.
By BRADLEY LEVIN
“With antisemitism on the rise, it’s crucial we keep the haunting memories and lessons of the Holocaust alive to ensure what our people endured is never forgotten," said Professor Dina Porat.
By EYTAN HALON
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