In a groundbreaking move, QX Lab AI, a leading Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) company, has launched Ask QX, the world’s first hybrid generative AI platform with a node-based architecture. Designed with a focus on accessibility for the Indian masses, Ask QX is set to revolutionize the way individuals engage with AI, offering seamless interaction in 12 Indian languages and over 100 global languages.
Launched on February 3, 2024, Ask QX is not only a fully-functional multi-lingual Indian Generative AI web platform but also an app available for download at the time of its release. Boasting a user base of over 8 million users, the platform aims to bridge the gap between language barriers and AI technology, making it accessible to users in every corner of India.
The 12 Indian languages supported by Ask QX include Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, and Assamese. Beyond the Indian languages, Ask QX is available in a myriad of global languages, showcasing the platform’s commitment to inclusivity and understanding the diverse linguistic tapestry in India, the Middle East, and Sri Lanka.
Ask QX is a hybrid model, combining 30% Large Language Model (LLM) and 70% Neural Network Node Architecture. This unique blend sets a new benchmark in language comprehension and user interaction, marking a significant departure from existing Large Language Models available exclusively for native English-speaking users.
The platform’s capabilities extend beyond its initial release, with text and audio formats available immediately and image and video functionalities slated for the first quarter of 2024. This positions QX Lab AI as a pioneer in providing a functional GenAI platform for Bharat, with applications ranging from Text to Image, Text to Code, and Text to Video in diverse sectors such as healthcare, education, and legal services.
Ask QX offers various subscription models tailored to different user segments. The B2C paid version, featuring the cutting-edge neural network, is competitively priced, making it more affordable than other available platforms. The free version, on the other hand, provides access to the Ask QX gen AI neural engine.
Noteworthy is the platform’s revolutionary neural architecture, offering unprecedented scalability and reduced computational power costs. This not only enhances platform security but also acts as a safeguard against potential data breaches. QX Lab AI has trained an impressive 372 billion parameters, totaling around 6 trillion tokens.
To emphasize the platform’s groundbreaking impact in the Indian ecosystem, Yotta Infrastructure Solutions LLP, a prominent data center leader, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with QX Lab AI for an India infrastructure partnership. This underscores QX Lab AI’s commitment to advancing AI technology and infrastructure globally.
Tilakraj Parmar, Co-Founder & CEO of QX Lab AI, expressed his delight at introducing Ask QX, stating that the platform is strategically designed to democratize AI access for the Indian populace. Parmar envisions Ask QX as a movement toward inclusive and accessible AI advancement in India, making transformative AI potential accessible to all.
Arjun Prasad, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, highlighted QX Lab AI’s commitment to delivering tangible results, emphasizing the platform’s immediate functionality at launch. He noted that Ask QX’s debut in 100+ languages, reaching 8 million users, reflects their dedication to creating a substantial impact and empowering individuals, businesses, and communities.
Tathagat Prakash, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist, emphasized Ask QX’s unique features, including its advanced security measures, stringent compliance protocols, and node-based infrastructure. He reiterated the commitment to precision and reliability, ensuring an AI ecosystem that users can trust.
At the launch event in Dubai, musical maestro A.R. Rahman unveiled his meta humans project, a global musical band consisting of dynamic virtual musicians, blending the real and virtual worlds. Rahman’s project aligns with QX Lab AI’s vision of integrating cultures and removing boundaries through state-of-the-art technologies.
With clear plans for launching two more innovative products in video and image, QX Lab AI is set to further harness deep learning algorithms, enabling businesses, creator communities, and individuals to unlock the power of GenAI and become more agile and hyper-productive.
Ask QX is now available for use in India, accessible through various platforms, including web and mobile applications on the Play Store, with the IOS version coming soon to the app store. To experience the power of Ask QX, visit https://qxlabai.com/.