Thursday, October 19, 2017
Science & Technology

Science & Technology

Organizers of an international competition by Google to send a private spacecraft to the moon announced Israelis are the first to advance in the contest.
Every generation of Jews must learn the trauma of the Holocaust from parents or community. But a new study says the trauma can be passed along genetically.
Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, has been the highlight of the 66th International Aeronautical Conference in Jerusalem.
Waze mistakenly said the main Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway, Route 1, was closed during rush hour. Drivers who were forced to opt for the alternative Route 443 found themselves in major traffic jams, The Times of Israel reported.
An Israeli start-up offers a way for pet parents to communicate and track their dog.
A team of IDF programmers and engineers are developing a digital battle command system startup that will take Israel's soldiers into the future.
Microsoft put the brakes on its artificial intelligence tweeting robot after it posted offensive comments, including 'Hitler was right I hate the jews.'
A country with no car manufacturing to speak of and notoriously bad drivers has become an unlikely center for automotive innovation.
Apple is reportedly purchasing Israeli 3-D sensor company to the tune of $345 million.
New facial recognition technology endorsed by the Jewish Community Centers Association of North America could play a key role in preventing future attacks.


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