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Dell Technologies, Intel, and American Association of Community Colleges Launch AI Incubator Network Initiative

The AI Incubator Network Initiative will provide funding for 10 colleges to design and build Artificial Intelligence (AI) Incubators. The colleges will expertise in college system and expertise from industry connections. The announcement confirms that it will grow Intel’s AI for workforce program from 18 states to 50 states by end of 2023.

The AACC AI Incubator Network Initiative will attract educators to provide higher education AI technical and literacy skills and support community colleges providing the tools that are needed to teach the artificial intelligence courses.

The program was launched in 2020. Since then, Intel has lunched the program in 31 schools across 18 states in the country. The program will soon be expanded across the entire nation and strengthen the AI ability of the country, foster national dialogue, and bring together resources required for strengthening the AI capability to the community college system. The program will provide greater access to tools and technical skills to the learners and technical skill and training to the AI teachers.

The program aims to start next generation of US technologists through expanding it to community college system across the nation. The program aims to expand innovative thinking and land better career opportunities in various sectors of the digital economy. The AI Incubator Network Initiative will provide funding for 10 colleges to design and build Artificial Intelligence (AI) Incubators. The colleges will expertise in college system and expertise from industry connections.

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