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Tesla Enters Israeli Market

in Economy & Innovation

After a few under the radar visits to Israel, Elon Musk has announced that Tesla will enter the Israeli market, bringing a fleet of his electric cars to Israel in January 2020. The “pop up” store will be at the Ramat Aviv mall, where cars will sell for around NIS 400,000 – 500,000. The fleet…

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Orthopedic Technology Improves Painful Medical Process

in Health & Science

In a medical breakthrough, Israeli technologies are shifting the patient paradigm when it comes to painful orthopedic procedures. When orthopedic surgeries result in the need to adjust and correct internal bone structure, meaning there is a need for external fixation, or the turning of metal screws in the body daily, for months. This process is…

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Start-Up Nation Struggles with Supply

in Economy & Innovation/Life, Culture & Sports

 In Israel, 17% of tech startups focus on artificial intelligence, or AI. Of the Israeli investments made in 2018, AI companies received a bulk of it, or 37%, reports Start Up Nation Central. The concern is, what happens when humans invest more in artificial intelligence than in their own? In Israel, the knowledge gap is…

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The Israeli Startup Leading the Blind

in Economy & Innovation

Inclusive innovation is going public, with some companies choosing to use technology to turn lives positively upside down. RightHear is an Israeli startup working together with the Tel Aviv Municipality, supported the creation of the first official blind-friendly street in Israel, and possibly the world, found on Ibn Gvirol in Tel Aviv. RightHear was recently…

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NASA’S First All-Female Spacewalk Makes History

in Economy & Innovation

History was made when a team of 14 women from NASA launched and completed the first women-only spacewalking journey. The team of American women included one Jewish woman, Jessica Meir, whose father is Israeli. The journey comes 16 years after the death of Ilan Ramon, NASA’S first Israeli astronaut, who was on the Columbia mission…

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