BharatGPT: Country's first AI model 'Hanuman' will come in March in collaboration with Mukesh Ambani, will work in 11 languages


Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries and a consortium backed by India's top engineering colleges will launch its first ChatGPAT-like AI service next month.  BharatGPT Group's backers include an arm of India's most valuable company Reliance and eight affiliated universities.  The group unveiled its big during a technology conference in Mumbai.
During this, a bike mechanic was shown asking questions in Tamil to the AI ​​model, while a banker was seen talking to the AI ​​bot in Hindi.  Along with this, a developer also wrote computer code with the help of AI model.
This AI model created with the help of Reliance has been named Hanuman.  This AI model will be capable of working in 11 local languages.  Hanuman AI model will provide its services by giving priority to four important areas namely governance, health, education and financial services.
 If this model is successful, it will pave the way for India in the race to develop AI technology.  During an event last year, Reliance Jio Infocom Chairman Mukesh Ambani had informed about working on a project with IIT Bombay since 2014.  He had said that BharatGPT will also be launched with Jio 2.0.

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