How To Sign Up For Bhavish Aggarwal's Krutrim AI Chatbot

Ola founder Bhavish Aggarwal’s latest venture, Krutrim, has introduced a public beta version of its AI chatbot, aligning with the likes of OpenAI‘s ChatGPT and Google‘s Gemini. This development follows a significant $50 million funding, valuing Krutrim at $1 billion, marking it as India’s first AI unicorn of 2024. Notably, Matrix Partners India, a consistent supporter of Aggarwal’s ventures, led this investment round.

How to sign up for Krutrim’s public beta program

  1. Visit the Website: Start by heading over to
  2. Sign Up: Use your mobile number to sign up on the platform.
  3. OTP Verification: After signing up, you’ll receive a One Time Password (OTP) sent to your mobile number.
  4. Account Recognition (for Ola Users): If you have previously used Ola Cabs and registered with the same mobile number, your name should appear on the screen once you enter the OTP correctly.
  5. Language Selection: You will then be prompted to choose your preferred language for interacting with the AI chatbot – the options are English or Hindi.
  6. Start Using the Chatbot: Once you’ve selected your language, you are all set to begin interacting with the Krutrim AI chatbot.

Currently, the chatbot, operates in English and Hindi, despite understanding several Indian languages. It’s designed to cater to a multilingual audience, with plans to include over 10 Indian languages.

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What does Krutrim’s 2024 roadmap look like so far?

Krutrim’s broader vision encompasses a full-stack AI computing approach. The company’s LLMs, developed by experts in Bengaluru and San Francisco, will come in two models: the Krutrim base and the more advanced Krutrim Pro. The latter, set for a Q4FY24 release, promises multimodal capabilities, handling text, audio, images, and videos simultaneously.

Training on 2 trillion tokens of data, with a significant focus on the Indian context, Krutrim boasts better performance than many open-source LLMs and even claims to surpass OpenAI’s GPT-4 in Indic language proficiency.

As a separate entity within the Ola Group, Krutrim maintains its independence, not utilizing data from sibling companies. Looking ahead, Krutrim plans to offer its AI models to developers and enterprises, build its own silicon and chips, and develop indigenous data centres and computing infrastructure. Additionally, Ola aims to integrate Krutrim’s technology across its businesses by March 2024, enhancing various operational aspects.

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