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TechCode Launches Second AI+ Accelerator Cohort for Robotics, Transportation and AI Startups

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “TechCode, a global network of startup incubators and entrepreneur ecosystems, today launches the second cohort of its AI+ Accelerator, which helps startups integrate artificial intelligence technology into their product and gain access to global distribution channels. Six innovative startups have already joined the cohort, including: (1) WeighUp has created an IoT solution that allows restaurants and bars to intelligently track liquor usage and reconcile with sales data in real-time. (2) Waggit builds wearable technology that allows pet parents to track their pet’s daily exercise. (3) Knottr has developed an AI-powered career evaluator for finance professionals. (4) Lead is a machine learning mentorship platform that aims to empower women. (5) ThroughPut seeks to eliminate costly problems in the supply chain for decision makers through machine learning business intelligence. (6) SoundCTL provides an API that enables users to take full control of real-time audio streaming, from tweaking audio levels to transmitting the final output.”

The release goes on, “With applications now open and accepted on a rolling basis, the AI+ Accelerator is available to startups located near the TechCode U.S. offices, including San Francisco, Boston, Seattle, Los Angeles and Houston. 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.”

Read more at Marketwired.

Photo credit: TechCode

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