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Edmonds College landed $76,000 in grants to build out an artificial intelligence incubator program. The funding will cover AI computing power and other resources. The American Association of Community Colleges, Dell Technologies and Intel provided $40,000, part of the AI Incubator Network Initiative. The Lynnwood, Wash.-based community college is part of 15 schools nationwide selected to receive a grant from the initiative, which aims to put an AI hub in each state. The Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges provided an additional $36,000.

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