TechCode Now Accepting Applications for First-of-its-Kind Global Artificial Intelligence Accelerator
Startups from all over the world who are solving problems and building products related to artificial intelligence are encouraged to apply
SAN FRANCISCO – September 8, 2016 – TechCode, a global network of startup incubators and entrepreneur ecosystems, today announces its new accelerator program called the Global AI+ Accelerator. This new accelerator program is now accepting applications and is open to startups across all industry verticals who are utilizing artificial intelligence in their technology, such as voice recognition, machine learning, natural language processing and more. Applications for the accelerator program are due no later than October 10, 2016.
“This program is unlike any other, as it not only has a niche focus on artificial intelligence, but is also the first global accelerator program, which means startups can participate from a number of different locations all over the world,” said Luke Tang, General Manager of TechCode’s U.S. Accelerator program. “Our global presence puts us in a unique position to offer this type of accelerator and help startups in the fields of robotics, virtual and augmented reality, smart home, IoT, medical devices, wearables and more, to build international relationships.”
The TechCode Global AI+ Accelerator program invests in three types of capital: financial, human and intellectual. Specifically, the TechCode accelerator program helps startups build their product, streamline their supply chain, find and hire the right talent, syndicate and close funding rounds, strengthen their IP portfolio and gain access to a global distribution channel.
Through mentorship, supply chain resources and programming available both online and offline, startups in the accelerator will gain insights and resources to quickly commercialize their technologies and scale up their business. To help startups enter the China market, TechCode has a strategic partnership with CFLD, a leader in investment and operation of new industrial cities in China.TechCode will accept fifty startups into the new program. Ten of the startups will receive a financial capital investment of at least $50,000 USD, or in their local currency where applicable.
The Global AI+ Accelerator is the second accelerator program launched from the TechCode Silicon Valley office. TechCode has established 12 incubators across the world, including Tel Aviv, Berlin, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and more, and is slated to open 10 more in the next year.
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