TechCode, a global network of startup incubators and entrepreneur ecosystems, is launching the second cohort of its AI+ Accelerator today. The goal? To help AI startups “integrate artificial intelligence technology into their product and gain access to global distribution channels.”
Among other global resources, TechCode has incubators within Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Helsinki, Silicon Valley, Seoul, Tel Aviv and Berlin. TechCo reported on their first cohort in this accelerator last November — fifty startups from ten countries.
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But the cohort is continuing to accept applications on a rolling basis: First come, first served.
AI Startups Can Apply
The AI+ Accelerator is open to AI startups near the TechCode U.S. offices, which include the locations of San Francisco, Boston, Seattle, Los Angeles and Houston. Here are the details you'll need to know to see if the opportunity is right for you.
“The program will focus on early-stage startups that are enabling artificial intelligence for robotics and smart transportation technologies. Startups should have a prototype with some traction and an objective to scale and operate globally, especially those looking to enter into the Chinese market,” TechCode says.
“The TechCode AI+ Accelerator program invests in three types of capital: financial, human and intellectual. Throughout the program, which runs through the end of the year, startups will be given various resources and partner recommendations to choose the best fit for their roadmap and goals.”