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Eyeview founders Photo: PR Video marketing tech co Eyeview raises $20m

Eyeview is helping brands create personalized video ads across any platform including Mobile, Desktop, Addressable TV, ConnectedTV, OTT, Facebook and other social platforms.

Facial recognition Photo: Shutterstock Israeli facial recognition co AnyVision raises $28m

AnyVision has developed proprietary AI solutions for HLS/police, airports, sports/entertainment, smart cities, critical infrastructure, banks, transportation and retail verticals.

Yaki Zinger  photo: Shmuel Adler LR raising $130m to invest in Jerusalem med cos

The LR Group won a tender by the Ministry of Jerusalem Affairs and Heritage and the Jerusalem municipality.

autonomous vehicle  image: Shutterstock Maniv Mobility raising $80m second auto-tech VC fund

One likely investor in the fund is Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi.

David Golan and Chris Mansi Photo: Viz.ai AI healthcare co Viz.ai raises $21m

Viz.ai uses artificial intelligence to analyze CT scans in order to help doctors diagnose and treat strokes.

Digital health Photo: Shutterstock Personal health data co K Health raises $12.5m

The company also announced the launch of K, a free, first-of-its-kind primary care app along with a new provider network available in New York.

ObserveIT employees Photo: PR Cybersecurity co ObserveIT raises $33m

ObserveIT, which has offices in Tel Aviv and Boston, plans to hire 10 more development employees in Israel.

Amir Magner Photo: Yogev Meir Healthcare cybersecurity co CyberMDX raises $10m

The Israeli company delivers visibility and threat prevention for medical devices and clinical networks.

Datorama  photo: PR What makes Datorama worth $850m to Salesforce?

Datorama has grown rapidly into a company with significant revenue and major customers, but its contribution to Salesforce lies ahead.

Cyabra founders Photo: PR Identifying fraud and fake news in intelligence

Former Israeli manipulators of the social networks for business and political campaigns have crossed the lines and are now helping to detect such campaigns.

Ran Sarig, Efi Cohen photo: Shlomi Yosef Salesforce buys Israeli marketing analytics co Datorama

The price is estimated at $850 million. Datorama's Israeli employees will join Salesforce's Marketing Cloud development team.

In the dollar we trust Israeli 3D content co Mantis Vision raises $55m

Mantis Vision and Luenmei Quantum also announced the formation of a joint venture to strengthen Mantis Vision’s growth in the Chinese market.

Ehud Barak Photo: Tamar Matsafi Ehud Barak-founded cybersecurity co Toka raises $12.5m

Toka assists government agencies in developing an array of software products and unique cyber strategies.

 Ayelet Dilion-Mashiah Photo: PR Israeli chemotherapy co NewStem raises $4m

NewStem’s technology can predict patients’ resistance to chemotherapy allowing for better, targeted cancer treatments and the potential to reduce resistance to chemotherapy.

start up Gov't approves second Israeli stock exchange

The aim is to provide a solution for early-stage high-tech companies in Israel.

Michel Vounatsos  photo: PR Biogen looks to pharma-tech interface

Biogen CEO Michel Vounatsos seeks synergy between pharma and technology, and found kindred spirits in Israel.

Yoav Keren, Yuval, Zantkeren, David Fridman, Itai Galmor photo: Amir Meiri "We want to soothe fears about cryptocurrencies"

BrandShield has developed a blockchain platform that issues fraud alerts.

Home Front Command earthquake exercise photo: Yossi Zeliger Israel's earthquake measures utterly inadequate

Last week's tremors in Tiberias are a reminder that a major earthquake in Israel is a question of when, not if.

Jadwiga Emilewicz  photo: Tomer Foltyn Poland wants Israeli high tech

Polish technology minister Jadwiga Emilewicz is keen to persuade Israeli entrepreneurs to establish R&D centers in Poland.

Lior Shalev Photo: Shlomi Yosef Impact investment blends business and social aims

Lior Shalev, grandson of Teva founder Eli Hurvitz, targets the 'double bottom line' - both economic and social profit.

World Cup Photo: Shutterstock Israeli startups enhance World Cup

Some of the more than 100 Israeli sports-tech companies are contributing to the world's most technological sports event ever.

Dr. Ilan Samish Photo: PR Israeli co offers sweet protein as sugar substitute

Amai Proteins designs sweet proteins that do not affect the sugar levels in the blood.

Yossi Vardi and Jeremie Abihssira  photo: Brett Kline Israelis strive to shine at Paris VivaTech

This year's Viva Technology show highlighted Africa's emerging high-tech scene, but Israeli startups made an exciting contribution.

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