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Working with IIT-B on Bharat GPT, Jio Plans to Release an Operating System for Televisions: Akash Ambani

CIO Insider team | Thursday, 28 December, 2023
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The chairman of Reliance Jio Infocomm, Akash Ambani, announces that the largest telecom company in the nation is collaborating with Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay to introduce the 'Bharat GPT' program.

He added that the business, a division of Reliance Industries, has been working on an operating system for televisions for some time and is "comprehensively thinking" about launching one.

The 32-year-old Ambani family scion stated that creating an "ecosystem of development" is crucial for the business while also mentioning that work on the "Jio 2.0" goal is currently underway during the institute's annual Techfest here.

"We have been collaborating with IIT Bombay to introduce a Bharat GPT program," he stated, discussing Jio's 2014 cooperation with the top tech institution.

Large language models and generative AI are simply the tip of the iceberg right now, and these applications will shape the next ten years.

Ambani stated, "We are working very hard to launch AI not only as a vertical inside our organization, but also horizontally across all our sectors," adding that artificial intelligence will revolutionize every aspect of goods and services.

Declaring that India will be the "biggest innovation centre" for the next ten years, Ambani expressed confidence that the nation's economy will reach USD 6 trillion by the end of the decade.

"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," Ambani continues.

Declaring that India will be the "biggest innovation centre" for the next ten years, Ambani expressed confidence that the nation's economy will reach USD 6 trillion by the end of the decade.

The statement "consume everything" was made by Ambani, who was telling how his brother-in-law had just shown him how to use an AI program to regulate the temperature of his mattress. "To me, yes AI stands for artificial intelligence, but it also stands for all included," he stated.

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