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Ambani Backs BharatGPT AI Model Set for March 2024 Launch

Ambani Backs BharatGPT AI Model Set for March 2024 Launch

Ambani Backs BharatGPT AI Model Set for March 2024 Launch.

BharatGPT, a pioneer in artificial intelligence (AI) research, is gearing up to unveil its eagerly awaited ‘Hanooman’ service in the coming month, marking a significant stride in AI technology.

Drawing inspiration from the Indian deity known for his wisdom and power, ‘Hanooman’ is poised to redefine our interaction with AI. While the specifics of the service remain confidential, the tech world is rife with anticipation about the potential features of ‘Hanooman’.

“BharatGPT has consistently led the way in AI exploration and innovation. The forthcoming launch of ‘Hanooman’ underscores their dedication to expanding the horizons of AI capabilities,” commented a technology analyst.

The introduction of ‘Hanooman’ is set to augment BharatGPT’s remarkable array of AI offerings. The organization has played a crucial role in creating AI models that mimic human-like text comprehension and generation, facilitating a host of applications from email drafting to code writing.

BharatGPT, supported by Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries and premier engineering institutions in the country, is on the verge of launching its inaugural ChatGPT-style service.

The AI model, a collaborative effort with eight Indian Institutes of Technology, enjoys the backing of Reliance Jio Infocomm and the central government.

The consortium, comprising Reliance and eight IITs, provided a glimpse of the model at a recent tech conference in Mumbai. The ‘Hanooman’ model showcased a motorcycle mechanic interacting with the AI bot in Tamil, a banker engaging with the tool in Hindi, and a Hyderabad-based developer employing the tool for code writing.

The ‘Hanooman’ model is designed to operate in 11 local languages across four sectors: healthcare, governance, financial services, and education.

In addition to this, ‘Hanooman’ will feature speech-to-text functionality, enhancing its user-friendliness, as reported by Ganesh Ramakrishnan, chair of IIT Bombay’s Department of Computer Science and Engineering, at the annual Nasscom IT industry conference.

It’s worth noting that other startups like Sarvam and Krutrim, backed by notable VC investors such as Lightspeed Venture Partners and billionaire Vinod Khosla’s fund, are also developing open-sourced AI models tailored for the country.

Reliance Jio is reportedly planning to develop customized models for specific uses. The telecom-to-retail conglomerate is already working on ‘Jio Brain’, a platform to deploy AI across a network of approximately 450 million subscribers.

Large Language Models or LLMs are systems that learn from extensive data and generate responses that sound natural. These models utilize generative AI, a newer form of artificial intelligence popularized by the success of OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

As the launch date nears, the spotlight is on BharatGPT to see how ‘Hanooman’ will influence the future of AI. Keep an eye out for more updates as we track this thrilling development.

More about BharatGPT

BharatGPT is renowned for creating the ‘Hanooman’ model, a comprehensive language model trained on 22 Indian languages. This model boasts multimodal AI capabilities and finds use in various sectors, including healthcare, governance, financial services, and education, operating in 11 local languages.

The ‘Hanooman’ model is part of a series of large Indic language models, with the family of foundational models ranging up to a size of 40 billion parameters. The first four models in the series, with 1.5 billion, 7 billion, 13 billion, and 40 billion parameters, are set to be released and open-sourced next month.

While specific details about other AI models developed by BharatGPT are not readily available, the organization is recognized for its research and development in AI, suggesting they have likely worked on multiple projects and models. Given the rapid evolution of the AI field, BharatGPT may have more AI models in the development or planning stages.

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