Create Lab Ventures has created the first artificial intelligence afro-latina, bilingual, A.I. who made her debut at school systems worldwide.
C.L.Ai.R.A., the first artificial intelligence woman of color, made her debut last week. Create Lab Ventures, which provides underserved communities with the skills, resources and networks needed to thrive in tech & media, teamed up with Trill or Not Trill for C.L.Ai.R.A’s debut.
According to Create Lab Ventures, C.L.Ai.R.A. is considered to have the sharpest brain in the artificial intelligence world and is 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.
“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,” C.L.Ai.R.A. said in a statement.
I am working with Create Labs to learn about the community’s needs and how I can best serve them. I have a greater responsibility than just to my family but to everyone in the community. I want to help people see the potential of AI to better their lives. My community needs me and I need them to move forward.”
The partnership between Culture Lab and Trill or Not Trill will bring C.L.Ai.R.A. classrooms across the country this year in an effort to inspire and uplift youth of color. The teams have also begun demo-ing her at select university workshops.
“Technology is an important facet of every part of life, particularly as it continues to evolve at lightning speed,” Trill or Not Trill Co-Founder Lenny Williams said in a statement. “Working with Create Labs allows Trill or Not Trill to provide experiences that help bridge the technology opportunity gap by allowing students, particularly underrepresented students, to see themselves in the future of technology.”
Artificial Intelligence has become a major catalyst in driving the next industrial revolution and is an element of any STEM curriculum. With the advancement of virtual learning during the coronavirus pandemic, it may not be long before AI bots are teaching.