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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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DataRobot

DataRobot offers a software platform for machines that uses a method called parallel processing to evaluate open-source library models like R, Python and H2O, and automatically find the best option for implementing predictive analytics around an organization's data. The startup, founded in 2012, also offers a data science education program to help the critical shortage of data scientists in the industry through changing the speed of predictive analytics. For Intel, which previously invested in Data Robot's $33 million Series B round in November 2016, the acquisition of DataRobot could help broaden the company's predictive analytics AI capabilities.

 
 
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