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Cervello is here to protect trains from cyber threats

The company has developed a deliberate and tailored approach to railway cybersecurity.

AI facial recognition tech identifies rocker Geddy Lee’s mother in anonymous Holocaust photos

Rockstar Geddy Lee found never-before-seen photos of his mother’s family thanks to a new effort to apply artificial intelligence facial recognition technology to photographs from the Holocaust.

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Brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine has transformed cybersecurity - UK cyber chief

British National Cyber Security Center CEO Linda Cameron said that the lives of millions of innocent people are in jeopardy due to cyber threats, just like on the battlefield.

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Playtika gets new $8.7b. majority stakeholder

Playtika is a strong mobile gaming contender worldwide, and it’s one of the largest casual game developers in Israel, which is home to many companies putting out casual games.

Bennett cyber warning to Iran: 'If you mess with Israel, you’ll pay a price'

Bennett described the future of Israel's cyber warfare capabilities as replacing dozens of commandos with keyboards.

Sheba, Mayo Clinic to share health tech across US and Israel

The collaboration agreement was signed during the sixth annual Mayo-Sheba Cardiovascular Symposium, held on June 26–28 at Sheba's ARC Innovation Center.

As ‘Tindery’ hiring dies down, Unboxable’s AI steers companies toward retention

May has been rough on the US tech scene, as companies start to freeze hiring and lay off employees. That’s where Israel-based Unboxable steps in.

Israel’s fiber-optic deployment sets a global precedent

According to a study by the World Bank, Israel’s rapid and extensive deployment of fiber-optic internet infrastructure will boost the economy.

‘Don’t give up on your career aspirations because you are a woman’

Advice from Israel’s first female university president, Prof. Rivka Carmi

Trans workers among most-discriminated populations in Israeli business

Surveyor LGBTech’s founder: “We have very little trans community in the tech industry.”

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