What could go wrong?
Israel's army has recently introduced artificial intelligence-powered robotic guns in the occupied West Bank.
An Israeli private investigator currently behind bars in the US used Indian hackers to conduct surveillance operations for ultra-wealthy Russians, a court has been told.
We never meant for the news to get out
Israel said it was abandoning plans to use antiterrorism software and databases to track the movement of suspected Omicron variants.
Only 37 countries are allowed it now
The Israeli government has restricted the list of countries to which local security firms are allowed to sell surveillance and offensive hacking tools by almost two-thirds.
Israeli spyware outfit is officially an entity
The United States added the Israeli spyware company NSO Group to its "entity list," a federal blacklist prohibiting the company from receiving some American technologies, after deciding the company's phone-hacking tools had been used by foreign governments to "maliciously target government officials, journalists, businesspeople, activists, academics, and embassy workers.
By turning it off and turning it on again
The explosion and blackout at the Natanz nuclear facility in Iran over the weekend might not have been as technologically sophisticated as the Stuxnet cyberattack.
Habana Gaudi is four times faster than GPU based systems
Israeli AI processor outfit Habana Labs has created an AI training chip which it says works four times faster than systems built around the same number of GPUs.
It did not stop at hacking back
Israel used real brute force to deal with a Hamas cyberattack. The IDF just carried out an air strike on the building where it thought the hackers were operating.
Part of its data-centric plans
Chipzilla is talking about manufacturing expansion at its three main sites – Oregon, Ireland and Israel.