Meet Hanooman man-made intelligence: Your new dialect assistant

A major step in the right direction for India’s tech scene, 3AI Holding and Seetha Mahalaxmi Healthcare have launched Hanooman AI, a special AI made just for India.

| Updated: 14 May, 2024 6:49 pm IST

NEW DELHI: A major step in the right direction for India’s tech scene, 3AI Holding and Seetha Mahalaxmi Healthcare have launched Hanooman AI, a special AI made just for India.

This AI is made to understand 12 different Indian languages out of a total of 98. That means it can help people talk to each other, even if they speak different languages! And it’s not just for India; it can understand other languages like English, French, Spanish, and more. Hanooman AI was shown to everyone for the first time on February 21 in Mumbai. Right now, anyone can use it for free, but later there will be a paid version with extra features.

You can talk to Hanooman AI using a website or an Android app. It’s made to help in many important areas, like healthcare, government, money, and education. It can do a lot of things, like answer questions, write things, share recipes, and have conversations. Hanooman AI hopes to have 200 million users in its first year.

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The official Hanooman AI account on X (formerly Twitter) announced the launch by saying, “Meet Hanooman, India’s very own smart AI! It speaks many languages, making talking easy for everyone! No matter if you speak Hindi, Tamil, Bengali, or any other language, Hanooman can help!”

People who tried Hanooman AI found it helpful for simple writing tasks. But it can’t look at pictures or get new information from the internet. When asked, Hanooman AI said it knows things only up to April 10, 2022.

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Some users are happy with AI. Ashutosh Dubey, a journalist, said it helps him save time on fixing sentences. Jayant Singh, a corporate staffer, thinks AI is just a tool, not a competitor to humans. Sachin Kumar, a reporter with a media agency, however, worries that relying too much on AI could be bad in the long run.

Hanooman AI is changing the way people communicate, making it easier for everyone to understand each other, no matter what language they speak.

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