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    Tunisia-born AI Startup ClusterLab Raises $600,000 in Pre-Seed Funding

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    Tunisia-born artificial intelligence (AI) startup ClusterLab, headquartered in the UAE, has announced a significant milestone in its journey towards technological advancement. The company has successfully secured $600,000 in a pre-seed funding round from a consortium of regional investors, including notable names such as Karim Beguir.

    Founded in Tunisia in 2020 by Haithem Kchaou and Chehir Dhaouadi, ClusterLab has emerged as a pioneering force in the development of AI and natural language processing (NLP) technologies. The startup’s innovative contributions include the creation of the Arabic audiobook summarization app, Reedz.

    This latest funding round not only underscores investor confidence in ClusterLab’s vision but also highlights the growing interest in AI innovation within the region. Notable backers, including early supporters of InstaDeep, have demonstrated their belief in the potential of ClusterLab’s initiatives.

    ClusterLab’s commitment to technological advancement is exemplified through its collaborations and achievements. The startup has previously partnered with InstaDeep on a national AI initiative for Tunisia’s Ministry of Higher Education. Additionally, ClusterLab’s inclusion in the prestigious Nvidia Inception Program for AI startups further solidifies its position as a frontrunner in the field.

    Haithem Kchaou, Co-Founder and CEO of ClusterLab, emphasized the company’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of NLP technology. He stated, “Our expertise in technology goes beyond the current wave of large language models. We’ve been pioneers in utilizing NLP to revolutionize content summarization well before it became mainstream.”

    Echoing this sentiment, Chehir Dhaouadi, CTO and Co-Founder of ClusterLab, expressed excitement for the future prospects of the company. He remarked, “The coming months hold immense potential. We’re eager to showcase the depth of our technological advancements to the public, particularly through the large-scale deployment of our AI solutions.”

    The injection of funds will significantly bolster ClusterLab’s research and development efforts, particularly focusing on advancing their next-generation large language models (LLMs). These advancements will further enhance the startup’s NLP capabilities, ultimately refining user experiences within their suite of AI-powered products, including Reedz and Elm.

    ClusterLab’s overarching mission is to revolutionize how Arabic content is created and consumed by leveraging the power of AI models. By ensuring accessibility and engagement for users worldwide, the startup aims to redefine the landscape of content consumption in the digital era.

    As ClusterLab continues to chart its course towards innovation and excellence, the recent funding infusion marks a pivotal moment in the startup’s trajectory, propelling it towards even greater achievements in the realm of AI technology.

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