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Big Data, Big Solutions

Eytan Kobre

The Jewish community has gotten used to relying on anecdotal evidence and conjecture when it comes to pressing mental health issues like depression, OCD, and anxiety. But that’s not good enough, says Dr. Yitzchak Schechter, so he’s built an institution utilizing big data to dispel the myths.

 

Quality Beats Quantity

Binyamin Rose, Washington DC

Georgia’s 9th Congressional district is probably home to no more than 100 Jewish families, yet one of the major legislative efforts its freshman congressman, Doug Collins, shepherded through the House is a bill to ensure Israel remains the Middle East’s predominant military power.

 

Back to the Drawing Board

Shlomi Gil

From his little corner in the offices of Globes business daily, Gil Gibli pens his often irreverent, always brilliant caricatures. But it’s not only politics that intrigue him. He’s also helped the police crack some of the country’s toughest mysteries.

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