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Reliance Set to Launch AI Chatbot ‘Hanuman’ in the Coming Month: Revealed at Conference, Learn How the Chatbot Operates

Reliance Industries Limited, headed by Mukesh Ambani, is preparing to launch an AI chatbot named ‘Hanuman’ similar to ChatGPT. For this purpose, the company is collaborating with 8 affiliated universities, forming the ‘India GPT Group’. During a technology conference on Tuesday, the company showcased this AI chatbot.

During the presentation, a motorcycle mechanic from South India conversed in Tamil with the AI bot. Similarly, a banker engaged in a dialogue in Hindi with the tool, while a developer from Hyderabad used it to write computer code.

‘Hanuman’ to Feature Speech-to-Text Capability

Ganesh Ramakrishnan, the head of the computer science and engineering department at IIT Bombay, revealed that the Large Language Model (LLM) will have a distinct style. ‘Hanuman’ will also possess speech-to-text capability. He stated, “Reliance Jio will prepare customized models for its millions of users.”

The company is also working on JioBrain, a platform leveraging AI on its network of nearly 45 crore customers. This is crucial as millions in the country cannot read or write, making it essential to cater to such a vast population.

Reliance to Launch Operating System for Reliance Television

Two months ago, Chairman of Jio Infocomm, Akash Ambani, had stated that the company is considering developing its own operating system for television. Besides this, Reliance Jio is gearing up to launch products and services across various sectors like commerce, communication, and devices.

Air Fiber was launched in September. The company had inaugurated its Air Fiber service on September 19 this year, coinciding with Ganesh Chaturthi. Following the launch, the service was made available in 8 cities including Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Pune. Jio had set a fixed fee of Rs. 1000 for installing Air Fiber. Now, the service is available in 3939 cities.

Large Language Models (LLMs) are trained on massive datasets. A large language model is a deep learning algorithm that is trained using large datasets to provide learning. Hence, it is referred to as “large” due to its capability to handle extensive volumes of data. These models are proficient in tasks like translation, prediction, and generation of text and other content.

Major language models, recognized as Neural Networks (NNs) as well, are sophisticated computing systems inspired by the human brain. They can be trained to perform a variety of tasks driven by human cognition, such as understanding protein structures, writing software code, and many other complex tasks. Large language models can be trained to provide training in various domains.

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