Ask QX is a hybrid GenAI platform that can help you in 12 Indian languages!

Language proficiency and accuracy

Indian-origin QX Lab AI introduced its latest Ask QX. The GenAI platform is touted as the world's first hybrid generative AI platform. QX Lab AI says they're trying to make AI the people's champ in India. How? Well, Ask QX understands over 100 languages, 12 of which are Indian languages including Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi & Assamese. 

Apart from these, it can also understand and respond in English, Arabic, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Sinhala amongst other global languages.

Right now, Ask QX can take text prompts, but QX Lab AI has plans to introduce image and video formats also in the first quarter of 2024. Ask QX also isn't a one-size-fits-all deal - they've got subscription models for different sets of users. There's a B2C paid version and a free version that hooks you up with the Ask QX gen AI neural engine. Plus, there are three cool modes – you've got Professional, Creative, and Standard chat – pick your vibe, and ask Ask QX!

Ask QX has neurologically trained algorithms in these languages and is built on a hybrid model i.e.; 30% Large Language Model (LLM) and 70% Neural Network Node Architecture. Neural Network Node Architecture means instead of relying on a centralised server, the platform uses a network of distributed nodes (neural nodes) for data processing and storage. Each node can independently process and respond to requests, leading to faster and more efficient data handling. Ask QX’s neural architecture is also said to offer scalability for the product. QX Lab AI says the infrastructure reduces overall computational power costs and amps up platform security, creating a protective shield against potential data breaches. QX Lab AI has trained 372 billion parameters which is around 6 trillion tokens.

Ask QX is now available for use in India and can be accessed through the web, as well as an app on Play Store. The iOS version will follow soon.