WRAL TechWire Features "Cara"

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – CareYaya has been taking the Triangle by storm since launching its initial pilot in Chapel Hill last year, benefiting in part to the exploding interest in AI over the past year with the rise of ChaptGPT and other tools.

The startup – at the cross-section between gig tool and healthcare – aims to tackle the caregiving crisis by connecting student caregivers with families in need. As of March of this year, the company had already worked with 800 families in the Triangle,  and its leaders recently shared news of expansions into Charlotte as well as Georgia and Tennessee.

Now the company has a new way to help, and it’s calling her “Cara.”

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