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Reliance Jio’s “BharatGPT” To Rival ChatGPT

<p><strong>Mumbai:</strong> According to Akash Ambani, chairman of Reliance Jio Infocomm, the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and Reliance Jio are collaborating on the “Bharat GPT” artificial intelligence project. At the IIT-B’s Techfest on Wednesday, he also mentioned Reliance Jio’s intention to release an operating system (OS) for TVs.</p>
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<p>In order to introduce the Bharat GPT program, we have been collaborating on a project with IIT Bombay. We are making great efforts to introduce AI both vertically inside our company and laterally across all of our businesses, Mr. Ambani said.</p>
<p>AI will “consume everything.” “In my opinion, artificial intelligence (AI) embodies both artificial intelligence and inclusivity,” he said, emphasizing the way AI would revolutionize all aspects of goods and services.</p>
<p>He said that Reliance Jio is thrilled to provide 5G private networks, which comprise a 5G stack, to any business.</p>
<p>The Ambani family scion, 32, said that the firm would introduce goods and services in the areas of media, commerce, communication, and electronics.</p>
<p>He mentioned intentions to release its own operating system. “We have been working on our own OS (operating system) for a while now for the TVs and we are comprehensively thinking about how to launch it.”</p>
<p>He referred to Jio as the world’s biggest startup and India as the “biggest innovation centre” for the next ten years. The chairman of Reliance Jio went on to say that India’s GDP would reach $6 trillion by the end of the decade.</p>

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