Massive AT&T Outage, US Pharmacies Affected by Separate Cyberattack

No information was made available to media on who or what was behind the cyberattack on the prescription processor, nor was it clear what had caused the cellular outage.

Smart Glasses Impair Walking and Reading Ability Compared to Mobile Phones, Researchers Say

Like smartphones, smart glasses can be distracting to users, particularly when they display notifications or other information directly in the wearer’s field of view.

TAU Study Says Exposure to UV Radiation May Improve Fertility in Middle Aged Women

Particularly interesting is the absence of this effect among younger women in their 20s.

TAU Researchers Prevent Memory Deterioration in Animal Model of Alzheimer’s

The researchers discovered the potential for early detection of Alzheimer’s during sleep or anesthesia between 10-20 years before the onset of dementia symptoms.

U of Haifa Study: AI May Become Hotbed for Terrorist Activity

Very little attention has been devoted to exploring how terrorists can use AI to spread hate and propaganda, and influence vulnerable individuals.

Haifa’s Rambam Hospital Hit by Suspected Cyber Attack

Officials emphasized that none of the hospital's computer systems or overall operations were disrupted in the incident, and said the attack was blocked without any damage.

Israeli Researchers Create Better Tomatoes with Less Water

The researchers, employing CRISPR genetic editing technology, were able to grow tomatoes that consume less water while preserving yield, quality, and taste.

Social Media Monitor Say Denial, Distortion of Oct. 7 Atrocities is Skyrocketing

The 313 antisemitic posts appeared on Facebook, Instagram YouTube and X, reaching nearly 26 million viewers on all platforms, according to the CyberWell organization.

Shin Bet: Iranian Cyber Spy Scheme Targets Israeli Officials, Civilians

One fake page, "Kan+" was Iranian-generated and impersonated Israel's KAN News public broadcaster.

Israeli Researchers Use Earth’s Magnetic Field to Verify Biblical Battle of Gath

New technology interprets archaeological findings from biblical times.

Report: Israeli Hackers Target Iran’s National Fuel System

The hackers sent advance warning sent to Iran's emergency services, and leaving some of the fuel pumps active. Sixty percent of Iran's gas stations were disabled.

Israel Sells David’s Sling Anti-Ballistic Missile System to Finland

With its Russian neighbor engaged in attacks on its other neighbor, Ukraine, Finland feels it must defend itself against an unprovoked attack.

The Day Before Oct. 7, Hackers Stole 23andMe Data on Ashkenazi Jews

Users were advised to change and strengthen their passwords, and enable two-step verification for additional protection.

Israeli Hackers Claim They Shut Down Revolutionary Guards’ Nuclear Projects

Last week, the group took responsibility for deleting the content of the well-known GazaNow Telegram channel.

Living in Israel? Please Turn Off – or Redirect – Your Security Cameras

“The risk of unauthorized access to the content being broadcast from these cameras is higher during times of emergency.”

Sheba Medical Center Hit by Cyber Attack

The medical center is continuing operations using paper, and service to its patients was uninterrupted, Israel’s Health Ministry said.

Israeli Breakthrough in Optical Sensing Could Mean Miniature Spectrometers for All

“We can find out what’s in our glass, the percentage of fat in our milk, or whether the olive oil, honey, or juice we’re considering buying has been adulterated with scent extract.”

GPS Blocking Force Ben Gurion Airport to Change Arrival Routes

It’s not yet clear who is behind the attacks that forced the airport to change the approach route.

Introducing the IDF’s Next Generation Tank ‘Barak,’ AI and All

The Barak tanks will allow battalion combat teams to fight continuously at a fast pace while exposing the enemy.

Sheba AI Reduced Brain Hemorrhages by 30%

Patients whose scans were deciphered by AI were released an average of a day and a half earlier than those who were not.

Israeli Scientists Say Latest Global Warming Suspect is Thunderstorms

"A rise in the number of thunderstorms occurring globally might significantly increase the quantity of cirrus clouds, thereby exacerbating the climate crisis."

We Are Happier! TAU Study Shows Right-Wing Resilience Rising, Left-Wing Declining

The gap between the two groups representing Israel's Jewish population has increased constantly.

Iranian Hackers Penetrate Israeli Commercial Cyber Networks

The hackers used a “backdoor” entry point known as Sponsor to access the companies’ information systems.

‘Call of Duty’ to Deploy AI to Hunt for Hate Speech

The ADL has documented white supremacist content, including usernames, on certain video games.

Ransomware Hackers Publish Patient Info from Mayanei Hayeshua Hospital

The hospital said it has returned to full operation and is hardening the computer systems.

Israeli Doctors Save Man’s Life with AI

The 50-year-old patient was urgently called back to the hospital after an AI-assisted diagnostic program flagged his CT scan for potential intracranial bleeding.

Bar Ilan Study: Better Paths Yield Better AI

Like climbing a mountain via the shortest possible path, improving classification tasks can be achieved by choosing the most influential path to the output.


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