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Zohar Levkovitz Toxic online content filter co L1ght raises $15m

L1ght’s proprietary algorithms identify and eradicate cyberbullying, harmful content, hate speech, and predatory behavior.

startups Israeli personal robot co Temi raises $15m

Temi helps deal with the coronavirus using its remote video and autonomous navigation capabilities.

Yaron Pereg / Photo: PR Cancer treatment co Kahr Medical raises $18m

The round was led by Flerie Invest AB, Oriella Limited, Hadasit Bio-Holdings, Pavilion Capital, and Mirae Asset Venture Investment.

Workers at Point.AI Israeli startup gives autistic workers an opportunity

Point.AI finds people on the autistic spectrum highly suited to its business of AI annotation.

startups Network security co Zero Networks raises $4.65m

The Israeli company has also unveiled its Zero Networks Access Orchestrator, a network security platform that automatically defines, enforces and adapts user- and machine-level network access policies.

cyber  image: Shutterstock Cybersecurity insurance co At-Bay raises $34m

The Israeli company helps businesses navigate risk with continuous vulnerability monitoring. As part of the insurance policy.

Actiview Israeli HR tech co Actiview raises $10m

Actiview today announced the completion of a Series A financing round led by Teddy Sagi Group.

Idan Mor Photo: Alon Ron Israeli EV charging co Driivz raises $11m

The investment from fueling technology company GVR will enable Driivz to expand EV charging solutions for forecourts and fleet applications.

dental care Teeth whitening co Mavrik Dental Systems raises $30m

Global life science investment group Ally Bridge Group has invested $70 million in two Israeli companies.

drug development Israeli co NeoTX Therapeutics raises $45m

The Rehovot-based company is leveraging its proprietary Selective T cell Redirection (STR) platform to develop targeted anticancer immunotherapies.

Startup Conference Israeli startups urged to take it more slowly

Startups try to speed-up the POC process without thinking about issues for investors such as, exclusivity and IP," Adv. Guy Lachmann told a startup conference in Tel Aviv.

Gil Shalev Photo: PR Big data seed breeding co Equinom raises $10m

The Israeli company's non-GMO technology optimizes seed functionality to increase plant yield, higher nutritional value, disease resistance and more.

Tomer Weingarten  / Photo: SentinelOne Israeli cybersecurity co SentinelOne raises $200m

Insight Partners led the financing round at a company valuation of more than $1 billion.

Wiliot founders Photo: David Garb Israeli IoT chip co Wiliot raises $20m

The company eliminates expensive, bulky, on-tag sensors, by shifting the analytics to a cloud system that can learn and improve over time.

Dov Moran Photo: Alon Ron Dov Moran's Grove Ventures raises $120m second fund

The fund will invest in early-stage Israeli deep technology companies.

Bler founders Bler: Working wonders with open source intelligence

Between the Internet, darknet and social networks, Israel's Bler Systems can crack a lot of criminal and security investigations.

Michael and Daniel Gabay / Photo: Omer Hacohen Coming soon: Trigo's checkout free stores

After trials with Tesco and Shufersal, Israel's Trigo is moving into retail chains worldwide with its ceiling cameras and software that eliminate the need for checkout counters.

Robotics exhibition in Switzerland Switzerland and Israel: An entrepreneurial win-win

A new Swiss initiative will enable startups from the two countries to learn from each other's strengths.

Ido Susan,  Hillel Kobrinsky / Photo: Uri Alon, Globes "Globes" startup of the year: DriveNets - challenging Cisco and Juniper

Co-founder Hillel Kobrinsky: We looked for a business problem, and then developed the technology, not the other way around.

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