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Intel's Business Startup Support Program: Capturing Israeli AI and Autopilot Talents

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Tencent technology news, after the U.S. computer chip giant Intel, spent $15 billion acquisition of Israel automatic driving vehicle vision identification chip company Mobileye, suddenly got a place in the field of automatic driving technology.

Perhaps the acquisition was a sweet one. According to the latest news from foreign media, Intel launched a project in Israel on June 16 to help Israeli start-ups develop AI and auto-driving technologies, and said it planned to extend the program to other countries. Intel is also ready to invest in these start-ups at the right time.

According to foreign media reports, the Santa Clara, Calif., company has announced a company called

The company adds that it will not buy stakes in these start-ups at present, but may eventually do so.

Intel is one of Israel's largest employers and exporters, and many of its new technologies are developed in Israel. This year, Intel said it would invest about $11 billion to expand its manufacturing business there.

Intel CEO Bo

Two years ago, Intel bought the Mobileye, an autopilot technology company, for $15 billion 300 million. This acquisition has made Intel's position in the field of autopilot auto significantly increase. Acquired company's visual identity chip business and Intel's main business are also compatible.

Swan told reporters in Tel Aviv, Israel:

Because of Mobileye.

At the time of the acquisition, Mobileye reportedly had more than 600 employees in Israel, and the number of employees has doubled. (Tencent Technology Revision/Chengxi)

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