Processors joins Nvidia’s startup incubator

08 September 2022

Artificial intelligence (AI) and internet of things (IoT) startup has joined Nvidia’s Inception program designed to bring startup technology to fruition.’s technology includes major AI engines, an IoT connectivity platform and legacy system APIs all as containerized nodes in a common platform. The technology can rapidly develop complex AI applications with low-code drag-and-drop connections between the nodes.

Some of the applications this will apply to include license plate readers, weapons- and threat-detection systems, vehicle-damage estimation and complex document tracing using machine learning.

Nvidia Inception

The incubator is a free program that helps startups evolve faster through access to technology and Nvidia expects as well as allows them to connect with venture capitalists and co-marketing support.

Inception helps startups in critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment. The members get a custom set of ongoing benefits such as Nvidia Deep Learning Institute credits, marketing support and technology assistance.

For Iterate, the program allows it to dive deeper into the enterprise with low-code applications that can leverage software development kits, enterprise customers, a wealth of datasets and development of GPU-based complex AI training.

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