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CTech's Thursday Roundup of Israeli Tech News

Teva’s small print gives rise to optimism; LG backs cybersecurity startup deep instinct in $43 million round

CTech 13:5613.02.20

Analysis | Teva’s small print gives rise to optimism. The improvement CEO Kåre Shultz promised is not immediately evident in the drugmaker’s forecast for 2020, but a closer look shows Teva’s new brand drugs are starting to live up to their promise. Read more


LG backs cybersecurity startup deep instinct in $43 million round. Deep Instinct develops software that uses artificial intelligence to detect and prevent malware attacks. Read more

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Mind the Tech NY | Calcalist's New York Conference to host Pitango's $1 million startup competition. Pitango will hold the semi-finals of its startup competition on March 30, as part of Calcalist’s fourth Mind the Tech Conference in New York. Read more


This company adds color to your old black and white photos. Genealogy company MyHeritage launched a new feature that utilizes artificial intelligence capabilities to automatically colorize old black and white photos. Read more


Intel backs backup services startup model9 in $9 million round. Model9 develops a cloud-based service that helps companies backup, restore, archive, and encrypt their data sets and files to private or public cloud storage. Read more


Visa backs fintech company ChargeAfter. ChargeAfter develops a system that allows retailers to offer customers instant credit and financing plans. Read more


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