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Monday, September 18, 2023
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Israeli startup wins healthcare tech challenge to help US hospitals cut costs
CatAI uses smartphone cameras to track medical data of home patients; has been awarded $75,000 to run pilot with Florida’s US Baptist Health
Swiss private bank expands in Israel with financial services operations
Swiss private bank EFG International announced on Monday that it has opened a new financial service office in Tel Aviv and has hired former Credit Suisse Israel executives to run a local wealth management subsidiary to boost its presence in the country. The Zurich-based bank said the new...
OurCrowd launches AI Fund to invest in ‘huge opportunity’
Jerusalem-based platform allows accredited investors to directly access startup AI deals usually unavailable to the public
ADL thanks PM for raising proliferation of antisemitism on X
PM hopes Musk can ‘roll back’ antisemitism; X owner plans small user fee to stop bots
In live talk, Netanyahu lauds CEO’s pledges against antisemitism; Musk says he ‘obviously’ opposes it but cites free speech imperative; they also discuss AI, thwarting rogue actors
Ministers back bill to legalize widespread police use of facial recognition tech
A ministerial panel voted on Monday to lend cabinet support to a government-sponsored bill to legalize police usage of facial recognition cameras placed in public spaces across Israel. The legislation, backed by Justice Minister Yariv Levin and National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir, is being billed as a government effort to tackle crime...
'It makes you feel good about God'
In London, a Jewish beekeeper draws honey and spirituality from his hives
For David Roth, the hobby he picked up during the COVID pandemic is not only a source of sweetener and wax, but also inspiration
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