Soumya Prakash Pradhan

In the recent AI chatbot competition, several tech giants like ChatGPT, Bard AI, Bing Chatbot, and xAI Grok have entered the scene. Among these, a new player has joined the field this called 'Ask QX.'

It is a hybrid generative artificial intelligence (AI) platform developed by QX Lab AI, based in Dubai. According to Gadgets 360, Ask QX supports over 100 global languages, including 12 Indian languages.

At its launch, the platform already boasts eight million registered users. Ask QX offers both free and paid versions to users.

The uniqueness of Ask QX lies in its hybrid training, incorporating both large language models (LLM) and neural network architecture.

Neural network architecture, a subset of machine learning, utilises node layers to ensure data falls within specific thresholds.

The platform is 70 percent trained on artificial neural networks (ANNs) and 30 percent on LLM, enhancing natural language processing (NLP) and addressing accuracy issues often seen in LLM-trained chatbots.

During its launch, Ask QX is accessible in both text and audio formats, marking it as a multimodal model. The company plans to introduce image and video generation capabilities by March 2024.

QX Lab AI emphasises language inclusivity by supporting 100 languages, including 12 Indian languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, and Assamese.

Ask QX offers two versions: a free version providing access to the Ask QX gen AI neural engine, and a paid version catering to enterprise clients, featuring a more advanced neural network.

Currently available in India, Ask QX can be accessed through both a web version and an Android app on the Play Store, with an iOS app expected to follow soon.