QX Lab AI, the pioneering artificial general intelligence (AGI) company, today announced the official launch of Ask QX, the world’s first hybrid generative AI platform, to enhance access to AI tools for people who are not native English speakers.
Unlike existing large language model (LLM) AI platforms, which usually offer only English-language functionality, Ask QX’s innovative node-based architecture and neurologically trained algorithms mean it can interact with users in over 100 languages including Arabic, Hindi, Urdu, Russian, Tagalog, as well as English. Tested by more than 10 million users, Ask QX already offers text and audio formats and will add image and video functionality during the first quarter of 2024.
Tilakraj Parmar, co-founder and CEO, of QX Lab AI, said: “We are delighted to introduce Ask QX, the worldsfirst hybrid GenAI platform featuring multilingual capabilities. This innovative platform is strategically designed to democratize access to AI, seamlessly integrating artificial intelligence into their daily lives to enhance overall value. Conceived after eight years of dedicated effort and meticulous development, Ask QX boasts unparalleled language proficiency and accuracy across multiple languages. Our vision for Ask QX is to bridge the existing gap, ensuring that the transformative potential of AI is accessible to all, not limited to a privileged few.”
Ask QX utilities a hybrid model comprising 30% LLM and 70% Neural Network Architecture, setting a new benchmark in language comprehension and user interaction. The platform caters to diverse user needs and will gradually add features like text to image, text to code and text to video for business to consumer (B2C), business to business (B2B), and also including business to institution (B2I) applications.
Partnerships and the future
Highlighting the groundbreaking role Ask QX is set to play in the India ecosystem, renowned data center leader Yotta Infrastructure Solutions LLP signed a memorandum of understanding with QX Lab AI for an India infrastructure partnership. This move underscores QX Lab AI’s commitment to advancing AI technology and infrastructure on a global scale. Yotta Infrastructure is on track to achieve a milestone in technology procurement, with their orders for Nvidia AI chips projected to reach $1 billion.
Tathagat Prakash, co- founder and chief scientist, QX Lab AI, said: “Ask QX is the worlds first GenAI platform to access and leverage an astounding neural network architecture along with advanced security measures and stringent compliance protocols. The unique node-based infrastructure, and data residence within India, additionally enhances security but also operates more cost-effectively, showcasing our commitment to offering subscription models tailored to different user segments. Our dedication to precision and reliability underscores our promise to deliver an AI ecosystem that users can trust.”
QX Lab AI already has a clear roadmap for launching two more innovative products in video and image. These products will harness deep learning algorithms for intelligently analyzing and processing data to generate accurate responses in microseconds. This will pave the way for businesses, creator communities along with individuals to unleash the power of GenAI to become more agile and productive.
Ask QX can be accessed through a variety of platforms, including web and mobile applications on Play Store. The IOS version will follow soon on the App Store. To experience the power of Ask QX, visit https://qxlabai.com/