Unlocking the Potential of Your Voice: Embracing Vulnerability in Content Creation

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Accessible Innovation Project:

Calling Up Justice using Artificial Intelligence to Increase Inclusion for Disabled Creators

Calling Up Justice is a company that is conducting an exciting project aimed at experimenting with accessibility and machine learning technology to increase empowerment for disabled creators. The project involved selecting a video or other writing source featuring disabled creators sharing their clever ideas for 1-3 minutes. Free platforms were then used to transcribe the video, which was subsequently fed into Chat GPT to produce an essay that authentically reflected the creators’ voices and ideas. With the help of Claudia Alick’s fine tuning data and prompts, the resulting essays were representative of the disabled creators’ perspectives. This project exemplifies how artificial intelligence technology can be leveraged to empower marginalized communities and create a more inclusive society, with minimal effort on the part of the creators. The following article was built off a tiktok video published by Jesenia.

Unlocking the Potential of Your Voice: Embracing Vulnerability in Content Creation

by Jesenia (produced by Claudia Alick via Chat-GPT)

Sitting in my car, watching the frost slowly melt off the windshield, I can’t help but think about the power of our voices. It’s something that we all have, yet so many of us are afraid to use it. But I know that my voice is unique to me, and my story is something that only I can tell.

I believe that by sharing our stories, we can help others who may be going through similar experiences. It’s not just about helping others, though. When we use our voices to share our stories, it opens up opportunities for us as well. People are drawn to authenticity and vulnerability, and when we’re willing to be open and honest about who we are, it can lead to amazing things.

I know that it can be scary to put yourself out there, to share your story with the world. It can feel unsafe and vulnerable. But I believe that everything we do should come from a place of intention. That doesn’t mean that we won’t make mistakes or unintentionally cause harm. But if we approach things with a clear intention and an awareness of our own biases and privilege, we can minimize the harm we cause and amplify the good we do.

Telling our stories is about more than just the words we say. It’s about the energy and intention we put into those words. It’s about why we’re telling our stories and what we hope to achieve by sharing them. That’s something that’s entirely unique to each of us.

So I encourage you to share your story. I want to hear it, and I know that others do too. Don’t be afraid to tag me if you want. Let’s use our voices to make a difference in the world, one story at a time.


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