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Which Israeli company is partnering with Cisco and can AI support mental health better than humans?

Which Israeli company is partnering with Cisco and can AI support mental health better than humans?

CTech Daily Roundup: Israeli arms and defense companies invited to Abu Dhabi for Middle East’s largest exhibition of its kind

CTech | 22:39  08.10.2020
Israeli arms and defense companies invited to Abu Dhabi for Middle East’s largest exhibition of its kind. As part of the agreement, companies from the Gulf's defense sector will also take part in ISDEF 2021, which is scheduled to be held in Israel in June of next year. Read more

Qwilt partners with Cisco to tackle increasing video streaming demand. British Telecom is the first company that will integrate the new development in its infrastructure. Read more

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Study: 82% of workers think AI can support their mental health better than humans. 2020 has been the most stressful year in history and people want robots to help them, claims new Oracle study. Read more

SiteAware announces $10 million round A to promote AI construction solution. The Israeli company has developed a standard it has named digital construction verification (DCV) that verifies completeness of work on building sites and identifies deviations in real-time. Read more  

Real estate startup Samson Logic raises NIS 1.5 million to increase safety at construction sites. The startup earned a place in the first cohort of the Proptech Zone Startup Accelerator, designed to promote startups in a variety of industries. Read more  

“Seamless for Fitness”: How Gudu aims to adapt an old-fashioned business for the Covid-19 era. After 40 years of long term subscription models, Covid-19 forced gyms and fitness instructors to adopt an online marketplace strategy. Read more  

After two years in the shadows, Rami Beracha is raising a new fund in the UAE. The former Pitango partner who left because of allegations of harassment seeks to cultivate innovation in the Gulf state. Read more

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