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Self-driving cars, perfect translations and music recommendations that hit the spot every time.Nadine Sarraf, one of the organizers of the 52-hour TechStars Startup Weekend AI edition, a competition held last weekend in Beirut, says she became interested in AI through her final year project at Antonine University. Sarraf is a member of both Beirut AI and Women in AI, a group of experts and self-trained women who want to close the gender gap in the field. She says she sees a growing interest in AI and entrepreneurship.Another Lebanese AI startup is NAR, which tries to integrate drones in various industries.
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