At the time of her use, she was a relatively older AI but widely used due to her ease of use, long-term support, and wide availability of libraries and plug-ins. She was originally designed as a virtual assistant for archives and research labs but became commonly seen at festivals and sites of interest. Her civilization was lost somehow, but she is still at her hub, waiting to process requests.
She uses a database provided by the owner to process and answer higher-level questions in the natural language of the user. The owner can manipulate the data in the database to give her some semblance of opinions, but she is intended to be bluntly factual.
She can't be projected more than 3 feet off her hub, so she must be placed very near everything she needs to interact with.