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[Funding Alert] Tunisia-Based Clusterlab Secures $600,000 Pre-Seed Funding

AI startup ClusterLab, based in the United Arab Emirates and originally from Tunisia, has raised $600,000 in a pre-Seed investment round from local investors, including Karim Beguir.

Providing artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) solutions, it was founded in Tunisia in 2020 by Haithem Kchaou and Chehir Dhaouadi. The research and development activities of ClusterLab.

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Pre-seed funding of $600,000 has been secured by ClusterLab, the business behind the Arabic audiobook summarizing app Reedz. Prominent investors, such as Karim Beguir, early InstaDeep supporters, and local angel investors, have backed this round, demonstrating their great conviction in Clusterlab’s potential and vision. Sterlab will be accelerated by the additional funding infusion.

ClusterLab, a Tunisian company with its main office in the United Arab Emirates, is a leader in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) technology. Their participation in the esteemed Nvidia Inception Program for AI startups and their partnership with InstaDeep on a national AI effort for Tunisia’s Ministry of Higher Education are testaments to their ability. This teamwork ethic highlights its commitment to using AI to advance society and education.

“Our expertise in technology goes beyond the current wave of large language models,” says Haithem Kchaou, Co-Founder and CEO of ClusterLab. “We’ve been pioneers in utilising NLP to revolutionise content summarization well before it became mainstream.”

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This money injection will drive research and development activities at Clusterlab, especially in the area of next-generation large language models (LLMs). With the use of these sophisticated language models, it will be able to improve user experiences in their AI-powered products, such as Reedz and Elm, by further enhancing their NLP skills.

This is a critical milestone in its ambition to transform the creation and consumption of Arabic content by utilizing these models’ potential to make material more approachable and interesting for users everywhere.

About ClusterLab

The ClusterLabs stack—which includes Corosync and Pacemaker—defines an Open Source, High Availability cluster offering. Identification and repair of faults at the machine and application levels. almost any redundancy setup can be supported. For both small and large deployments. 


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