DeepTech Meetup with Intel
Nov 21, 2019
03:00 PM - 05:00 PM (Asia/Kolkata)
TiE Bangalore, Langford Gardens

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TiE Bangalore & Intel India are conducting a meetup to explore new technologies and innovation opportunities for startups.

At this meetup, Senior Executives from Intel India will share the company's road-map for new technologies such as AI, ML, IoT and Blockchain. The meetup will also cover the benefits of the PLUGIN program, focus areas, criteria for selection and the process.

Speaker: Ashok Chandavarkar, Regional Manager Asia Pacific - Education, Healthcare & Government at Intel Corporation 

Please register here. An email confirmation will be sent to the selected participants.

About PLUGIN: Intel India along with SINE (Society for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, IIT Bombay) and DST (Department of Science & Technology) will soon be launching the 3rd Cycle of their collaborative accelerated incubation program for Hardware and Systems startups - PLUGIN.

Plugin is a 1- year accelerated incubation program with specific focus on startups in the domain of Healthcare, Transportation, Retail and Manufacturing using technologies such as: 

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Machine Learning & Deep Learning (ML/DL)
  • Vision based technologies
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Speech technologies,
  • Cloud computing
  • Security

What’s new?

  • Enhanced funding to top performing startups disbursed at end of program
  • Convertible equity rather than upfront equity
  • Collaboration with HAX
  • International visit
  • Industry Challenges/ use cases
  • Focus on product startups with customer validation

When: Thursday, 21 November 2019 @ 3 pm - 5 pm
Where: TiE Bangalore, Langford Town
Tickets: Free

  1. ​TiE Bangalore,
    Langford Gardens,
    Bengaluru, Karnataka, India


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