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OrCam Artificial Vision Company Sees $3 Billion Valuation in IPO

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OrCam tech can give sight to the blind.

Israel’s OrCam Teams With Soccer Star Lionel Messi To Help The Blind

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Soccer Star Lionel Messi has signed on with Israel’s OrCam Technologies. OrCam announced that the FC Barcelona star would be joining its “OrCam Dream...

A $1 Billion Valuation for Israeli Mobileye Founders’ New Unicorn Orcam

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The new Unicorn has developed a computer vision device that includes a miniature video camera and processing unit that can be attached to eyeglasses.

Mobileye founders wants to take second startup OrCam public, raises $41 million

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Orcam help blind people read text including restaurant menus, street signs and It also identifies faces who were photographed with the device's camera

Intel invests $20 million in Israeli artificial vision Start up OrCam

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- OrCam's product for the visually impaired resembles Google Glasses. - - Intel Capital is investing $15-20 million in OrCam Technologies Ltd. The company develops a range of...

Israeli Companies Looking at Billion Dollar IPOs in 2021

IronSource, OrCam and Taboola are among the ones hopping for huge exits next year.

Eye on the Israeli High-Tech Industry Updates (Nov 13 – Nov 20)

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UAE views Israel as a strategic cybersecurity partner, says head of national cyber authority"Israel has the best talent in the field and we are...

Breakthrough artificial vision device MyMe Remembers Faces and Names for you

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OrCam founders are also the founders of autonomous driving company Mobileye, which was acquired by Intel for $15 billion.

Israeli Start-Up Develops Device That Helps Blind To Read

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MyEye help blind people read text including restaurant menus, street signs and even digital text on a television or computer; It also identifies faces of individuals who were previously photographed with the device's camera

Israeli Developed Devices Can Help Blind People See

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Commercialization of an Israeli professor’s inventions using sound and touch may soon provide unprecedented improvement to people with severe visual impairment.