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Is Asma Assad Syria's True Tyrant and How is the Israeli Army Fighting Covid-19?

Is Asma Assad Syria's True Tyrant and How is the Israeli Army Fighting Covid-19?

CTech Daily Roundup: The U.S. demands Israel takes its side in the new Cold War with China

CTech | 21:46  17.05.2020

Analysis | The U.S. demands Israel takes its side in the new Cold War with China. The U.S. secretary of state’s irregular visit to Israel last week was meant to signal that the trade war with China is escalating in the wake of Covid-19. Read more

How Asma Assad transformed from 'Desert Rose' into Syria's 'Iron Lady'. The first lady who used to feature on the cover of glamour magazines now makes headlines for pulling the strings in the war-torn nation. Read more

Bashar and Asma al-Assad. Photo: EPA Bashar and Asma al-Assad. Photo: EPA Bashar and Asma al-Assad. Photo: EPA

The road to economic recovery: Digital bridges and overpasses. Covid-19 is an opportunity for Israel to create its own 'New Deal' and become a digital powerhouse. Read more

Israel launched $565 million program to protect institutional investments in tech. Each of the 6-12 institutional bodies selected for the program will be eligible to up to 50% put option protection for its investment of up to $85 million in Israeli early stage startups. Read more

Opinion | Covid-19 might be the best thing to happen to the blockchain industry. Blockchain technology has a lot to offer, and the Covid-19 spotlight can increase its adoption in various sectors including supply chain, healthcare, finance, and taxation. Read more

Interview | Covid-19 crisis sidelined individual rights and hurt relations between police and the public. Yoav Sapir, Israel’s National Public Defender, witnessed how quickly justice was eroded under the state of emergency—cops that acted out of order, courthouses that shut their doors to the needy and undue surveillance of citizens— but he still believes that Covid-19 is an opportunity to make improvements. Read more

Breathalyzer to diagnose coronavirus is latest disease-fighting device to emerge from Israeli defense tech units. Military technology units at Israel’s Ministry of Defense continue to develop technologies aimed towards helping hospitals and hospital staff, from developing a breathalyzer to diagnose coronavirus, to creating a mask equipped with a steam blower for medical professionals, among other technologies. Read more

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