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WEF names six Israeli tech pioneers

Six Israeli firms were listed by the World Economic Forum (WEF) among its 100 New Technology Pioneers in 2020. They are 3d Signals, Aleph Farms, Prospera, MorphiSec, Optibus and Seebo. Israel was the only country in the Middle East to … Continue reading

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Top food and ag-tech companies

Ten Israeli companies featured in Forbes top 50 global food tech and top 50 ag-tech companies in 2020. They are Douxmatok, InnovoPro, Hinoman, Future Meat, Tastewise, TIPA, Infarm, CropX, Taranis, and Prosera. All except Infarm have been reported previously in … Continue reading

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Autonomous crop management

I reported previously (Aug 2016) on Israel’s Prospera and its AI systems to help farmers better monitor their crops.  Prospera is now partnering with US Valmont Industries (part of Valley Irrigation) to provide growers with autonomous crop management solutions. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jenniferhicks/2019/03/19/how-to-transform-60000-irrigation-pivots-into-autonomous-growing-machines/#1b5da159721d … Continue reading

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Fungus-resistant basil

A mildew epidemic has devastated sweet basil crops all over the world. Researchers from Bar-Ilan University and specialists at Israel’s Genesis Seeds have developed a disease-resistant sweet basil with the trademark “Prospera”. Israel exports $40 million worth of basil to … Continue reading

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7 very intelligent companies

Seven Israeli companies appear the latest prestige AI (Artificial Intelligence) 100 list compiled by San Francisco-based CB Insights. They are Applitools (new to VGNI – see links), Cybereason, Dynamic Yield (new to VGNI – see links), OrCam, Prospera, Twiggle and … Continue reading

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Artificial Intelligence to grow better crops

Israeli startup Prospera uses artificial intelligence to help farmers better monitor their crops.  Using in-field cameras and climatic sensors, farmers can irrigate, manage pesticides and fertilizers to achieve maximum crop yields. Prospera has just raised $7 million of funding. http://www.timesofisrael.com/prospera-raises-funds-to-expand-agro-tech-globally/

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