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Hailo founders Photo: Eran Tayree Israeli deep learning chip co Hailo raises $8.5m

Hailo is developing a breakthrough microprocessor based on a disruptive proprietary technology for deep learning applications.

Amos Meiri Photo: Eyal Izhar Israeli digital wallet co Colu raises $7m

Four cities already use Colu's local currency, with two more slated to join this year.

Medical devices Photo: Shutterstock Assuta to raise $150m VC health fund

$37 million has already been raised and the Israeli fund, which will invest in medical devices and digital helath startups, will reach $50 million by the end of the first quarter.

medical device illustration Israeli telehealth co Tyto Care raises $9m

The latest funding recognizes the unique potential of Tyto Care's on-demand, remote telehealth solution to improve healthcare access and delivery in the US, Japan and China.

Tree Photo: ASAP Creative Shutterstock Israeli AI tree data co SeeTree raises $11.5m

The Tel Aviv-based company has launched a service for farmers looking to gain deeper insight into the health and productivity of their trees.

Foretellix founders Photo: PR Autonomous car safety verification co Foretellix raises $14m

Foretellix provides autonomous car developers with the ability to realize and demonstrate the extremely high level of safety required.

Guy Bloch Photo: PR Siemens invests $25m in Israeli logistics co Bringg

The Israeli delivery logistics platform for enterprises is already operating in over 50 countries.

Facial recognition Photo: Shutterstock AI facial recognition co AnyVision raises $15m

The Israeli company brings real world application of face, body and object recognition with unparalleled accuracy and technology.

Magenta partners Photo: Inbal Marmari Magenta VC fund nears $100m target

The new Israeli-Japanese fund had its initial closing in October 2018 and is planning its final closing in 2019.

Wiliot founders Photo: David Garb Amazon, Samsung invest in Wiliot's $30m round

The Israeli company is developing miniature chips for battery-free Bluetooth technology for use in Internet-of-Things applications.

Innovation Authority chair Ami Appelbaum, CEO Aharon Aharon, Economy Minister Eli Cohen Innovation Authority pinpoints Israeli tech industry's failings

In a 100-page survey, the Authority recommends government action to focus the industry on AI and bring its benefits to other sectors.

Litecoin, Bitcoin  photo: Shutterstock Who's left standing in Israel's blockchain sector?

As cryptocurrencies plummeted, more than 20 Israeli startups closed down in 2018.

Yehuda Zisapel  photo: Eyal Izhar Yehuda Zisapel brings high-tech hopes to Arad

Zisapel combines original solutions to Israel's engineer shortage with a fresh chance for disadvantaged youth - backed by his own cash.

Dan Weinthal and Dr. Yoel Shiboleth Photo: Haim Varsano TargetGene develops more precise gene editing

The Israeli company's solution takes the new CRISPR gene-cutting technology one better.

Israel's 10 Most Promising Startups 2018 "Globes" names Puls Israel's most promising 2018 startup

"Globes" ranks this year's crop of companies that are most likely to make a disruptive difference.

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