India’s GenAI platform now available in 98 languages

Bengaluru: Sita Mahalakshmi (SML) India Pvt Ltd and 3AI Holding Ltd on Friday announced the launch of Hanuman – India’s homegrown multilingual GenAI platform in 98 global languages including 12 Indian languages, in Bengaluru, to leverage the country’s capabilities to create a single AI platform for India. GenAI ecosystem can be built. Diverse linguistic and cultural heritage. Hanuman is developed by Bengaluru-based SML India in partnership with 3AI Holding and other leading technology giants including HP, NASSCOM and Yotta. It aims to support AI startups, promote fintech innovation, connect with colleges and participate in research programs. They have also collaborated with the Government of Telangana to facilitate seamless translation between English and Telugu, enhancing accessibility and understanding of important documents such as court orders. The 12 Indian languages currently available on the web and app include Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada, Oriya, Punjabi, Assamese, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Sindhi. The list of global languages includes English, Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese, and Korean, among others. The technology combines specially built Large Longwave Models (LLM) with dynamic integration synthesis metrics to provide clear, adaptive insights and transform complex data into easily actionable intelligence. It is currently available in its free version, with a premium subscription plan to be launched later this year. With its exceptional translation capabilities, Hanuman can handle everything from an informal chat to giving professional advice, as well as complex technical tasks like coding and tutoring. It also aims to cater to four sectors including healthcare, governance, financial services and education.

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