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Sunday, October 15, 2017
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Israel-Japan VC fund invests in bringing joy to our stressful lives
Herzliya-based Joy Ventures begins 10- to 20-year effort to create an ecosystem for neuro-wellness products
Alibaba announces multibillion dollar research project with Israeli R&D center
Tel Aviv hub will be one of seven facilities worldwide
A Tel Aviv medic treated 20 minor bites a day in August
Why is this fish biting swimmers at Mediterranean beaches?
The white seabream is no newcomer, but it seems to be becoming more aggressive. One Israeli expert blames climate change, and cites changes in behavior of insects and germs, too
Israel on campus
These pro-Israel students remain steadfast in midst of anti-Semitic whirlwind
Cathryn J. Prince
Years on, creators of Facebook ‘Like’ button give idea thumbs down
Justin Rosenstein and Leah Pearlman say feature they helped design encourages overuse of social media, 'like eating bad potato chips'
Love, marriage and…genetic testing
Two of the great philanthropic endeavors in the Jewish community over the last two decades are PJ Library and Birthright Israel. For many Jewish children (and their parents) and young adults, when they reach a certain age, it’s understood they’ll be a part of these programs and receive the benefits. It’s almost “automatic.” Studies show how these initiatives have transformed Jewish life. We want to introduce another “automatic” into Jewish life. It’s not as entertaining, but certainly is important and could be life-altering: testing for genetic diseases, specifically those that...
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
'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
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