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Yaron Galai stepping down as Outbrain CEO after 17 years amid disappointing financial results
"Israel is losing the war on TikTok. Palestinians have been more active for many, many years"
"There are many, many opportunities in the energy sector, and every woman can contribute to it in her own way"
"We have seen a sharper decline in investments in tech in Israel compared to Europe and the US"
Hamilton Lane co-CEO: "Now is the best time to invest in Israel"
Lemonade's stock crashes on 2024 forecast despite topping estimates
Slice raises $7 million Seed round for AI-powered equity compliance platform
U.S. giant Workday acquiring HiredScore for hundreds of millions of dollars
Exodigo adds $105 million in new funding to modernize underground mapping
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Israel Innovation Authority approves NIS 220 million for agritech innovation
The authority will establish four new consortiums to promote innovation in cultivated meat, insect farming, human-robot interfaces, and fluid sampling
“There is an element of just being in the right place at the right time."
Elram Goren, co-founder and CEO of Fabric, talks to Michael Matias about how the pandemic changed shopping - and how robots can help us with our lives.
Robotics startup brings Israeli twist to agricultural drones
Blue White Robotics completed its first pollination of dates using drones and is bringing Israel’s military specialty in UAVs to the agricultural sector
Fruit-picking drone company raising $20 million to begin manufacturing
Tevel Aerobotics says demand for its AI-powered flying robot pickers has increased as fewer human workers are available
Mind over Matter: The man who turned himself into a cyborg to overcome ALS
After Peter Scott-Morgan was given a year to live, he decided to fight his fate and employed cutting edge technology to stay alive and remain human
Yes, robots are coming for human jobs, confirms Israeli manufacturer
Ran Poliakine speaks with CTech about his dream of ‘liberating’ employees who are stuck in jobs that could be done by machines
Robot-maker Temi is downsizing its Israel team, moving operations to China
The personal robot manufacturer said it is shifting its base of operations to meet business goals in Asia
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