There are some 1.8 billion Muslims, but only 16% or so of them speak Arabic, the language of the Quran.
This is in part due to the fact that many Muslims struggle to find qualified instructors to give them feedback on their Quran recitation.
Enter today’s guest and his company Tarteel, a member of the NVIDIA Inception program for startups.
Tarteel was founded with the mission of strengthening the relationship Muslims have with the Quran.
The company is accomplishing this with a fusion of Islamic principles and cutting-edge technology.
AI Podcast host Noah Kravitz spoke with Tarteel CEO Anas Abou Allaban, to learn more.
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