QX Lab AI launches Ask QX, the world’s first hybrid GenAI platform with support for 12 Indian languages

QX Lab AI launches Ask QX, the world’s first hybrid GenAI platform with support for 12 Indian languages
QX Lab AI founders
  • QX Lab AI has launched Ask QX, a hybrid GenAI platform.
  • Ask QX is available in 100 languages, including 12 Indian languages.
  • Ask QX is currently available for free for web and mobile users.
QX Lab AI has launched Ask QX, the world's first node-based hybrid GenAI platform, catering to 12 Indian languages and over 100 global languages. This new platform aims to democratise AI access for the Indian populace, providing a seamless experience in their preferred languages.

Ask QX has a user base of over 8 million at launch and supports text and audio formats, with image and video functionalities slated for release in the first quarter of 2024.

Support for 12 Indian languages

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The 12 Indian languages covered by Ask QX include Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, and Assamese. Additionally, the platform is available in major global languages such as English, Arabic, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Sinhala.

How it works


The chatbot utilises a hybrid model comprising 30% Large Language Model (LLM) and 70% Neural Network Architecture, setting new standards in language comprehension and user interaction.

The platform's applications extend across diverse sectors, including healthcare, education, and legal services.

Ask QX's neural architecture, with 372 billion parameters and 6 trillion tokens, ensures scalability, cost-effectiveness, and enhanced security against potential data breaches.

What does it cost?

The company models cater to various user segments, with free and paid versions for customers. While the company is only offering a free version right now, it is expected to offer a paid version in the coming months, which could be priced as low as $1 per month.

Tilakraj Parmar, co-founder & CEO of QX Lab AI, expressed delight at introducing Ask QX, emphasising its role in making AI accessible to all Indians.

Renowned musician A.R. Rahman also launched his meta humans project at the Dubai event, aligning with QX Lab AI's vision of blending real and virtual worlds.

Ask QX is now available in India through web and mobile applications, with an iOS version set to follow soon. QX Lab AI's roadmap includes two more innovative products focusing on video and image processing, further expanding the reach and capabilities of GenAI.