Sunday, February 25, 2024

Ask QX, new ChatGPT-rival with support for 12 Indian languages, launched – N.F Times


New Delhi: AskQX, the new artificial intelligence lab, has been created by QX Lab AI, was launched at an event in India, which took place in the majestic Museum of Future on February 2.

 

Notably, the app is available for Android users currently and also accessible on the web. For iOS users, the app will be rolled out in a couple of days.

 

The web platform and app for Ask QX are available in 12 Indian languages, including Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, and Assamese. Besides English, Ask QX is also accessible in various global languages, such as Arabic, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Sinhala.

 

The AskQX platfrorm allows users to access information in both text and audio formats right away. In the first quarter of 2024, they plan to introduce additional features, enabling users to interact with images and videos as well. Ask QX has already gained popularity, attracting over 8 million users since its initial platform launch.

 

Ask QX is like a smart language tool for people in India. Unlike other big language tools that mainly work in English, Ask QX is made to understand and communicate in over 100 languages. It uses a special kind of technology that’s a mix of two things: one part is like the big language models, and the other part is a type of neural network. This combination makes Ask QX really good at understanding languages and interacting with users.

 

It has neurologically trained algorithms, which means that the algorithms have undergone extensive training using large datasets and sophisticated neural network architectures. The use of neural networks, which are inspired by the structure and function of the human brain, is common in language models and other AI applications. These neural networks learn patterns and representations from data during the training process, allowing them to make predictions or generate responses in new, unseen data.

Ask QX has different plans for users, like subscription options. If you want extra features, there’s a paid version for regular users (B2C), which uses a cool technology called neural network and is priced lower than other similar platforms. But don’t worry, there’s also a free version that lets you use the Ask QX gen AI neural engine for basic access.

 

Now, Ask QX is ready for use in India and can be accessed through various platforms, such as web and mobile applications available on the Play Store. The IOS version will be released on the app store soon. If you want to experience the capabilities of Ask QX, check it out at


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