Working with mPrest, the Israeli company that developed the Iron Dome missile defense technology, the New York Power Authority (NYPA) will now be able to stop power outages before they start. Read more on The Times of Israel here.
Medical scans provide doctors with the visual information they need to spot any disease or disorder that a patient might have. Read more on CNBC here.
We hear a lot these days about how AI is changing the marketing technology landscape, helping us sell products and services in the 21st century. Read more on VentureBeat here.
Over the past 20 years, the demand for imaging services has been increasing, outpacing the supply of qualified physicians. Read more on Forbes here.
The Head of Brand Marketing at WayUp, a startup that connects students and recent graduates with internships and entry-level job opportunities, wanted to create awareness and recognize one of the most taken-for-granted populations in the workforce: interns. Read m ore on OurCrowd Portfolio Insights here.
Showing that the connections between China and Israel are growing, Hong Kong-based travel destination startup, Klook, has raised $60 million in funding from a group of investors that includes Israeli-based VC platform OurCrowd, making a first investment in Greater China though its Asia-based family funds. Read more on Forbes here.
CyberX, the industrial cybersecurity company safeguarding ICS infrastructures worldwide, today announced findings from its “Global ICS & IIoT Risk Report,” a comprehensive review of the current state of Operational Technology (OT) security. Read more on PR Newswire here.
LinkedIn is crucial for most job searches, but it’s hard to show potential employers who you really. Sure there’s a way to put a few extracurriculars or volunteer experiences on a profile, but it’s otherwise a sterile affair. Read more on Mashable here.
The latest example came on Monday when a company called BioCatch announced that it has partnered with Samsung SDS to integrate behavioral biometrics to detect fraud on popular mobile apps. Read more on Fortune here.
Tech company behind Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense command and control system expands reach of its IIoT products to U.S. power utilities with proven scalability for management of tens of millions of assets. Read more on PR Newswire here.