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Ask QX launched with support for 100 languages

Ask QX, the ChatGPT rival supports upto 100 languages and has supposedly already attracted over 8 million users since launch. Explore features, availability and pricing

Ask QX, a new AI tool developed by QX Lab AI, has been creating quite the buzz in the AI world. The creators claim that it does give ChatGPT tough competition with its node-based generative AI.  The company reports that Ask QX has claims that it already has over 8 million active users, since its launch on February 2nd at Dubai’s Museum of The Future. This is the first-of-its-kind generative AI tool that can comprehend and respond in over 100 languages, including 12 languages that are Indian. Ask QX will be available in both free and paid versions. For smartphone users, the app is available for Android users currently and can also be accessed through the web. The app will be rolled out for iOS users shortly.

Ask QX: Key Highlights

Ask QX is available in text and audio format, and will gradually have the text to image and text to video generation models by March 2024. A text to code feature is already ready to use with Ask QX. Surprisingly, there has been no AI chatbot that offers all of these features together, and that’s what supposedly makes Ask QX a unique chatbot. QX labs claims that Ask QX is built with neurologically trained algorithms  and is the first AI chatbot to have a node-based architecture and the world’s first hybrid generative AI platform.

Ask QX can be operated in 12 Indian languages that including Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Assamese and Punjabi. Besides the 100 languages support, the AI Tool can also be accessed in many other global languages, like as French, Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, German, Portuguese, Italian, Korean, Sinhala and Russian.

Ask QX: Pricing and Availability

As said earlier, Ask QX is available in free and premium modes and also offers different subscription plans for users. In order to access the extra features of the AI tool, a paid version is available, that is priced significantly lower when compared with other similar AI chatbots. The free version still lets the user to access the AI neural engine too.

Furthermore in terms of availability, Ask QX can be used in India by using their website on web browsers and Android mobile applications that can be downloaded through the Play Store. As for Apple users, the iOS version of the same will be launched on the app store shortly.

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