Launches Its Revolutionary Learning Platform That Uses AI to Help Dyslexic Readers Thrive
3, Nov 2023 Launches Its Revolutionary Learning Platform That Uses AI to Help Dyslexic Readers Thrive

Pittsburgh, PA, November 03, 2023 , launches its revolutionary learning platform that uses AI to help dyslexic readers thrive.

LUCA, a revolutionary AI learning platform, is thrilled to announce the launch of a new platform designed to assist dyslexic readers in learning how to read. The AI-powered platform is the first of its kind and has the potential to revolutionize the way in which those who struggle with reading and dyslexia learn to read.

“We designed this platform to help dyslexic readers learn how to read in a way that is tailored to their individual needs,” said Scott Sosso, Founder & CEO of“We believe everyone should have the same educational opportunities, and the LUCA platform makes this possible.” is a comprehensive learning platform that uses generative AI and automated speech recognition in combination with Artificial Intelligence, Machine, and Deep Learning to create personalized reading plans for each student. The program is designed to be intuitive and easy for all ages to use and provides the readers with the tools they need to succeed. Readers enjoy content and interests personalized for them at their current reading level. LUCA accomplishes this through AI technology, providing a personalized learning tool that continuously adapts to the reader’s skill level.

Sosso experienced the challenges of dyslexia first-hand as a parent, as his son has the condition.

“Luca was a bright and engaging child, reading was extremely challenging,” said Sosso. “While Luca was a bright boy, reading in and out of school was a real challenge. Every night was a struggle to get homework done.” Over the years, it became clear that schools were and are not properly equipped to empower students with dyslexia, leaving them behind with lifelong learning challenges that impact their futures.

According to the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity, one out of every five students struggles with dyslexia. Unfortunately, 80% of these children do not receive a proper diagnosis. This lack of diagnosis means these students do not receive the appropriate learning support to improve their academic success.

“Many parents I speak with have similar experiences to our family, but are unsure of the steps they need to take to help their children excel in reading.” said Sosso. “Our team developed this tool out of our personal belief that every individual should have access to the same educational opportunities. We hope might make that dream a little more realistic.”

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