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These 6 Artificial Intelligence Startups Could Be Intel's Next Acquisition Target

Intel is making strong investments in artificial intelligence through acquisitions. Here are six startups that could be next on the company's shopping list.

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Mighty AI

Mighty AI offers a Training Data As a Service platform that solves customers' big data issues through paying subject matter experts to customize AI engines – so customers can still use AI technology even if they may not have the necessary data sets to set up AI software. Mighty AI launched in 2014 as a smartphone app startup called Spare5, but in 2017 the company refocused itself to instead help companies scale their natural language models.

Intel has an existing relationship with Mighty AI as a customer – the chip company is promoting and selling Mighty AI's training data services to its global customers, so its technology could be an easy integration into Intel's existing AI portfolio. Intel's venture arm, Intel Capital, also led a $15 million funding round in Mighty AI in January.

 
 
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