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A public incubator is similar to a business incubator, though its intent is to accelerate the development of ideas for the benefit of the public good. Many universities and non-profit organization succeed in a goal of public good, though few if any provide a democratic process of refinement. A public incubator incorporates a process of citizenry, measurement, and refinement to culture community ideas.
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