Intel Looks to Israel for Start-Ups With the Launch of Incubator ‘Ignite’

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Intel has launched a start-up initiative in Israel with the aim to foster innovation in artificial intelligence and autonomous systems.

The project, named Ignite, will take in 10 to 15 Israeli start-ups which will then be mentored by Intel employees over the course of a 20 week programme.

Over those 20 weeks the start-ups will receive mentoring from Intel and industry experts on an array of business critical areas such as technical impediments, human resources, as well as product and business management.

Ignite will be based in Tel Aviv and is expected to begin working with start-ups this year. Initially the programme

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