Israel’s Assistive Technologies Sector Showcases the Startup Nation’s Inspiring Innovations

The Israeli tech ecosystem is known for its innovations in cybersecurity, defense, and ag-tech. But one of the most profound, though lesser known, sectors of the Israeli tech ecosystem is assistive technologies for the disabled.

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Artificial Intelligence: The Cutting Edge of Israeli Innovation

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution spurs companies to embrace digitization and innovative technologies, artificial intelligence is transforming entire industries, making organizations smarter, more efficient, and more competitive. In the process, Israel has become a leading

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Wall Street Journal Series Tells the Story of Israel’s Innovation for Good

For Israel, innovation has always been inextricably linked to the survival, security, and well-being of the people. “How did we start up a nation from nothing and transform it into a nation of start-ups?” the

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How Innovative Israeli Tech is Energizing the Insurance Industry

Israel’s vibrant tech sector is injecting new life into an industry rarely seen as exciting—insurance. Digital innovation has cleared the path for upstart Israeli InsurTechs to enliven the industry with bold, new ideas. Legacy insurance

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Record-High $3.9 Billion Invested in Israeli High-Tech Companies in H1 2019

A new report finds that Israeli high-tech companies and startups raised a record $3.87 billion across 254 deals in the first half of 2019, with $2.32 billion raised across 125 deals in Q2 alone –

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Un montant record de 3,9 milliards de dollars investis dans les sociétés israéliennes de haute technologie au premier semestre 2019

Un nouveau rapport révèle que les entreprises de haute technologie et les startups israéliennes ont collecté un montant record de 3,87 milliards de dollars sur 254 transactions au premier semestre de 2019, dont 2,32 milliards

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