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Tuesday, October 10, 2017
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'15-30 percent of comments on Israeli news sites are fake'
Sockpuppet nation: How fake commenters and other online ploys skew what you read
‘Online reputation management’ industry is thriving in Israel, gaming Google’s algorithm to boost the prominence of websites, paying trolls to post, and more
Startup hopes to halt pipeline leaks by predicting threats
Israel’s Precognize uses artificial intelligence to detect glitches as they are born and send out clear alerts
Growing pains: Israelis confront the problems of a booming population
With the number of residents expected to double by 2059, Israel’s Jews and Arabs, immigrants and ultra-Orthodox all work to manage the fallout
Iran set to block Israeli-founded navigation app Waze
For second time in 7 months, Tehran may ban tool from being downloaded across Islamic Republic because of its origin
North Korea hacks key war plans from South Korea — report
Data stolen about ‘decapitation’ plot for North’s leader Kim Jong Un, joint drills with US
What’s going on with Israel’s construction sector?
Six Israeli construction workers died in August, bringing the number of fatalities to 23 in 2017. Last year, there were 49 construction worker deaths, according to Hadas Tagari. Most workplace accidents in Israel are in the construction sector, but lack of safety legislation isn't the problem. The rate of construction accidents in Israel is one of the highest in the Western world. It's more than five times the British average and twice the European average. Portugal and Cyprus were the only two countries to have more injuries and fatalities. Israel...
'The minute I get my diploma I'm on a plane back to Israel'
At Columbia, NY consul’s daughter joins campus battle over Israel
Living with her dad in the official residence, Ofir Dayan uses her connections to push pro-Israel advocacy at Ivy League school
Richard Thaler wins Nobel for work in behavioral economics
University of Chicago professor who worked closely with Israelis Tversky and Kahneman takes prize for applying psychological research to economic decision making
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