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Dotsavvy Announces the Launch of BongaAI: Africa’s Answer to ChatGPT.

Dotsavvy, Kenya and East Africa’s pioneering digital agency since 2002, is delighted to announce the unveiling of BongaAI, a groundbreaking Large Language Model (LLM) set to redefine the global Generative AI landscape. Developed in the shadows for years, BongaAI emerges as a formidable contender in the realm of artificial intelligence or AI, poised to challenge the global dominance of platforms like ChatGPT.

BongaAI: A Name with Meaning

The name ‘BongaAI’ is deeply rooted in the cultural heritage of Africa. ‘Bonga’ means to chat or talk in colloquial Kiswahili, a language that weaves through the heart of Kenya and Africa. This name is a nod to our heritage and our vision to foster a global dialogue, making BongaAI truly by Africa, for the world.

A Leap Forward in AI, Rooted in Africa

BongaAI represents a quantum leap in AI development, being the first of its kind to be trained exclusively on diverse data sets originating from Africa. This innovation ensures that BongaAI boasts unparalleled expertise in understanding and generating content that resonates deeply with African cultures, languages, and nuances.

Unprecedented Technological Collaboration

The journey of BongaAI from concept to reality has been fueled by an exclusive partnership with NVIDIA, who have generously provided the cutting-edge GPUs powering this ambitious project. Nestled within a covert data center in Kenya, BongaAI’s infrastructure benefits from the support of the Kenyan Government and the visionary leadership of Jensen Huang, Founder and CEO of NVIDIA.

Bridging Modalities, Predicting the Future

BongaAI is not just another AI; it’s a leap into the future. With capabilities extending beyond text to include image and video generation, BongaAI stands at the forefront of multimodal AI technologies. Furthermore, preliminary tests hint at BongaAI’s nascent ability to predict future trends, setting a new benchmark for AI capabilities.

Exclusive Beta Access

In line with Dotsavvy’s commitment to innovation and excellence, BongaAI is currently in beta testing. Access is exclusive, available only to those who register their interest at www.bonga.ai.

Statements from Dotsavvy’s and NVIDIA’s Leadership

Moses Kemibaro, Founder and CEO of Dotsavvy, expressed his excitement about the launch: “BongaAI is more than a technological breakthrough; it’s a dream realized for Africa to lead in the global AI revolution. Our partnership with NVIDIA and the support from the Government of Kenya underpin our commitment to pioneering a Generative AI future that is inclusive, diverse, and truly global.”

Jensen Huang, Founder and CEO of NVIDIA, added, “Our collaboration with Dotsavvy on BongaAI showcases the boundless potential of combining NVIDIA’s technological prowess with the rich cultural and technological heritage of Africa. BongaAI is a testament to what we can achieve when we harness technology for global inclusivity.”

About Dotsavvy

Dotsavvy is one of Kenya’s and East Africa’s leading digital agencies, established in 2002. With a history of innovation and leadership in digital solutions, Dotsavvy continues to pave the way for digital excellence in Africa and beyond.


For more information, please contact:

Moses Kemibaro, Founder & CEO, Dotsavvy

Email: info@dotsavvysavvyafrica.com

Nairobi, Kenya.

www.dotsavvyafrica.com

Disclaimer: In the spirit of April Fool’s Day, please note that the announcement of BongaAI is a fictional story created for entertainment purposes. Dotsavvy remains dedicated to delivering genuine digital innovation and excellence in Kenya, Africa, and globally.

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