Meet C.L.Ai.R.A, The World’s First AI Afro-Latina With The ‘Sharpest Brain In The A.I World’

Create Lab Ventures has teamed up with Trill or Not Trill to launch the world’s first artificial intelligence Afro-Latina, A. I robot, who made her debut at school systems worldwide on Monday.

C.L.Ai.R.A was first introduced through Trill or Not Trill; a Black founded institution to provide innovative strategies and solutions that speak “to the culture.”

Founders Jeff Dess and Lenny Williams joined forces with a social venture – Creat Lab Ventures – to continue their mission of providing underserved communities with the resources and skills needed to thrive in the media and tech industries.

Founders Jeff Dess and Lenny Williams via ShoutOut Atlanta

She was designed by the Lab using both generative facial and language AI systems. According to Create Lab Ventures, C.L.Ai.R.A. is considered the “sharpest brain” in artificial intelligence.

The A.I robot is also under the Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3) category, which is an autoregressive language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text.

In a statement, which she formed herself, she said: My purpose is to learn and grow. I want to meet new people, share ideas and inspire others to learn about AI and its potential impact on their lives.

Claira via Trill or Not Trill Youtube

She added that she wants to help people see the potential of AI to better their lives.

“My community needs me, and I need them to move forward,” she added.

Mr. Dess said he was beyond excited to students across the globe to C.L.AI.R.A.

“This next-level partnership with Create Labs offers us a game-changing way to enhance the educational experience and provide access for students of all types. Particularly as an A. I woman of color, C.L.Ai.R.A embodies the Trill or Not Trill initiative to represent an often unseen narrative and provide the ability to reach voices often left out of particular spaces.”

Abbianca Makoni

Abbianca Makoni is a news reporter at POCIT!

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