It’s possible right now to run quantum-inspired algorithms on a classical computer and observe the type of impact quantum computing will have on various business and social challenges. Read more
Intel aims to achieve quantum practicality–commercially-viable quantum computing–by the end of this decade. Read more
Honeywell’s quantum computer is ready for companies eager to find out what will be the impact of the next era of computing on their business. Read more
The Quantum Economic Development Consortium and The Chicago Quantum Exchange are two examples of government-academia-industry collaboration in the race for global quantum supremacy Read more
Recent surveys, studies, forecasts and other quantitative assessments of AI highlight the current state of adoption of AI by enterprises worldwide, the future of deep learning, and consumers’ attitudes regarding Covid-19 contact tracing. Read more here
Remember we were so worried about AI killing jobs only a year ago? Now that a coronavirus is killing people around the world, the future of work has turned in a new direction, becoming virtual and remote, rather than physical and local. The digital transformation of work has finally arrived. But will it last? Read more here
Dr. Yair Schindel When VC aMoon was established in 2017, “the premise was to invest heavily in the convergence of technology and biology, healthcare and data,” says Dr. Yair Schindel, its Managing Partner. Schindel and Marius Nacht, the other founder of the Israeli venture capital firm which has raised to date more than $1 billion, were talking to...
At the OurCrowd Pandemic Innovation Conference on June 22, 2020, Stav Erez and Dr. Jonathan Wiesen presented the top 10 tech trends emerging from the current global pandemic Read more here
To respond effectively to a global pandemic, governments need to have access to very large volumes of healthcare data, collected over a long period of time with patient privacy protected, and sourced from many locations and populations around the world. Read more here
Herzliya, Israel-based Pangea announced today a platform and a process with which governments worldwide can issue a smart card that facilitates entry into airport terminals and airplanes. The card has the holder’s photo, a digital signature, a chip, and a hologram, includes up-to-date encrypted data on the holder’s Covid-19 profile, and can be securely...
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