Tunisia’s iCompass uses AI to help companies speak their customer’s language

Tunisian start-up company; iCompass is using artificial intelligence to help companies across Africa and the Middle East communicate with their customers in their own languages.  Founded in 2019 by Ahmed Nouisser and Hatem Haddad, iCompass specialises in natural language processing (NLP) products using the latest deep learning and reinforcement learning technologies to develop speech transcription services, automatic voice generation, and chatbot and voicebot products.

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Chilean proptech startup Houm raises $35M Series A to expand across LatAm

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Houm offers an online service that helps homeowners rent and sell properties “up to 10 times faster,” it claims, than traditional methods. Houmers make money each time a home they worked on is sold or rented.  The startup had used its seed capital to expand and consolidate in Bogota, Colombia, and Mexico City. (It began operations in Bogota in mid-2020 and in Mexico City in January 2021.) Houm has seen its revenue grow by over 11x in the last year, a metric that exceeded its own expectations.

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Retail Rocket Raises $24 Million and Buys Sailplay to Enter U.S. Market

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