The chipmaker will choose 10 to 15 pre-seed developers of artificial intelligence, autonomous and data technologies based in Israel to participate in the accelerator.

Semiconductor technology producer Intel has launched an open innovation scheme called Ignite to support Israel-based early-stage companies developing artificial intelligence (AI), autonomous systems and data-focused technologies. Intel will select up to 15 startups to join the 20-week initiative, providing mentoring in product, business, management and technical aspects. It will not acquire their intellectual property or…

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