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Bharat GPT: Reliance Jio to collaborate with IIT Bombay for innovative AI program, Operating System for Televisions

“Bharat GPT: Reliance Jio to collaborate with IIT Bombay for innovative AI program, Operating System for Televisions”, Swarajyamag, December 28, 2023:

“Reliance Jio’s Chairman, Akash Ambani, has shared exciting updates at the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay’s Techfest.

As reported by Indian Express, Ambani revealed a strategic partnership with IIT Bombay for the ‘Bharat GPT’ program, emphasising the importance of collaborative ecosystems.

Additionally, he shared plans for the development of a dedicated operating system for televisions.

Ambani expressed that the company’s focus is on leveraging artificial intelligence across sectors, envisioning transformative applications in media, commerce, communication, and device technology…..”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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