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India launches its first AI chatbot ‘Lexi’




Velocity, an Indian fintech company, has launched the country’s first ChatGPT chatbot called ‘Lexi’. According to the company, it integrated with existing analytics tools and Velocity Insights to develop this latest AI.

Indian e-commerce brands using Velocity Insights get daily business reports from Meta-owned WhatsApp. So Velocity has integrated this new ChatGPT into the same WhatsApp interface.

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Abhirup Medhekar, co-founder and CEO of Velocity, said in a statement: “Since launching ChatGPT, our product teams have been thinking about how to maximize it to benefit our founders. To reach the people. Because Velocity customers already use Insights on a daily basis, we integrated ChatGPT with the same interface they use to make business decisions.”

According to the company, the main purpose of this ChatGPT feature in Velocity Insights is to make it easier for e-commerce giants that already use Velocity Insights. With the help of this new AI, e-commerce companies can solve problems related to their business. This will help them develop their important business functions.

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Farmers will also benefit from the new AI

Meanwhile, according to a report, the Ministry of Electronics and IT plans to integrate ChatGPT with WhatsApp to help Indian farmers understand and learn about several government schemes. Notably, a report in The Indian Express suggests that a team from Meity is testing a WhatsApp chatbot powered by Bhashini ChatGPT.

According to the report, the WhatsApp chatbot powered by ChatGPT will help users by answering their queries sent through voice notes. This will be mainly useful for Indian farmers who may not be familiar with typing on a smartphone. Notably, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella also mentioned at the World Economic Forum that Indian farmers will soon be able to use the GPT interface to access government programs over the Internet.

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