This is a mixed bag of applications that impact many different fields. Take, for example, Intuition Robotics, started by yet another graduate from Israel’s military intelligence unit 8200, which earlier this year introduced an artificial intelligence-based robotic device called ElliQ that aims to keep elderly people active and engaged. Medaware, another start-up, watches out for prescription error using machine learning. Cortica uses artificial intelligence image recognizing technology, among others to help autonomous car driving systems recognize what’s happening around them. One more example is RoboTeam, a leading maker of military robots now branching out into home assistants, for which it secured $50 million in funding last year.
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