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WeWork Tel Aviv / Photo: Shiran Carmel Startups balance short-term cuts and long-term growth

Over 80% of Israeli startups say that they are planning to make salary adjustments or layoffs by the end of April.

Dr. Kfir Oved and Dr. Eran Eden Photo: Shlomi Yosef MeMed to predict which COVID-19 patients will worsen

The company is developing a diagnostic and prognostic test, which it says can be put into action quickly.

Facial recognition Photo: Shutterstock Microsoft to sell AnyVision stake

Although no evidence was found that AnyVision's facial recognition technology is used for mass surveillance in the West Bank, Microsoft will divest from the Israeli startup.

Omri Kohl  / Photo: PR BI intelligence platform Pyramid Analytics raises $25m

In 2019, Pyramid focused on augmented analytics, product flexibility, and ease of deployment.

startups Customer opinion analysis co Revuze raises $5m

The Israeli company says that its system can undertake a deeper and more significant analysis than any other product available on the market.

Passenger jet Aerospace marketplace co ePlane raises $9m

The company has developed an AI-driven, B2B sourcing and business intelligence platform for the aerospace parts and repair markets.

Eugene Kandel  / Photo: Oria Tadmor "After crisis local institutions must invest in Israeli tech"

Start-Up Nation Central CEO Eugene Kandel warns Israel's tech ecosystem won't recover from the crisis without Israeli institutional investors.

Maurice Levy  photo: Tamar Matsafi Paris Vivatech show must go on - eventually

The fifth annual Vivatech show will have no Israeli stand, although interest from Israeli startups is high.

Avigdor Willenz Photo: Tamar Matsafi Quantum computing co Quantum Machines raises $17.5m

The Israeli company's platform lays the ground for tackling some of the most challenging hurdles facing quantum computing.

start-ups Coronavirus and Israeli tech: Who'll prosper, who'll struggle?

Seven technology investors discuss how entrepreneurs should face up to a changed world.

Workers at Point.AI Israeli startup gives autistic workers an opportunity

Point.AI finds people on the autistic spectrum highly suited to its business of AI annotation.

Bler founders Bler: Working wonders with open source intelligence

Between the Internet, darknet and social networks, Israel's Bler Systems can crack a lot of criminal and security investigations.

Michael and Daniel Gabay / Photo: Omer Hacohen Coming soon: Trigo's checkout free stores

After trials with Tesco and Shufersal, Israel's Trigo is moving into retail chains worldwide with its ceiling cameras and software that eliminate the need for checkout counters.

Robotics exhibition in Switzerland Switzerland and Israel: An entrepreneurial win-win

A new Swiss initiative will enable startups from the two countries to learn from each other's strengths.

Ido Susan,  Hillel Kobrinsky / Photo: Uri Alon, Globes "Globes" startup of the year: DriveNets - challenging Cisco and Juniper

Co-founder Hillel Kobrinsky: We looked for a business problem, and then developed the technology, not the other way around.

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