QX Lab AI launches Ask QX, a node-based hybrid generative AI platform


Ask QX, a node-based hybrid generative artificial intelligence (AI) platform trained on both large language models (LLM) as well as neural network architectures, has been launched by Dubai-headquartered QX Lab AI. The platform is being made available in more than 100 global languages, 12 of which are Indian languages. The AI ​​firm claimed that there were eight million registered users on the platform at the time of launch. The AI ​​platform will be available in both free and paid versions.

QX Lab AI claims the platform is the world's first hybrid AI system, although we could not verify the claim. The hybrid nature comes when the chatbot is trained on both LLM and neural networks. Neural network architecture, also known as artificial neural network (ANN) or simulated neural network (SNN), is a subset of machine learning. It uses different node layers to ensure that the data sent is within a specific range. Essentially, it improves the accuracy of the output as well as speeds up the speed of output generation.

According to the company, 70 percent of the AI ​​platform is trained on ANN and 30 percent is trained on LLM. This enables AskQX to improve natural language processing (NLP) that helps generate text and improve accuracy, which has been a frequent issue with chatbots trained on LLM. According to the company, the AI ​​platform was trained with 372 billion parameters, which is approximately 6 trillion tokens.

At launch, Ask QX will be available in text and audio formats, making it a multimodal model, and the company claims it will add image and video production capabilities by March 2024. Notably, as of now, no AI chatbot offers all of these features together. QX Lab AI claims that the hybrid AI model reduces overall computational power costs and increases platform security. This infrastructure results in an energy-efficient system that also protects against potential data breaches.

QX Lab AI has also revealed that the AI ​​platform will be launched with support for over 100 languages, 12 of which are Indian languages. These are Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi and Assamese.

Ask QX will be available in two versions. The free version will give users access to the Ask QX Gen AI neural engine, while the paid version that is targeted at enterprise customers will be based on higher neural networks. The company says the Enterprise edition is targeted at multiple sectors including healthcare, education, legal services and others.

AskQX is available in India and can be accessed as a web version and an app for Android on the Play Store. The company said that an iOS app will also come soon.

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