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When Your AI Assistant Thinks You Want Another Litti Chokha

Panic has gripped the boardrooms of India's hottest AI startups. Their carefully crafted business model, built on the backs of mysterious creatures called Large Language Models (LLMs), is facing an existential crisis. The reason?The average Indian auntie has absolutely no clue what an LLM is.

Imagine the scene:a young entrepreneur, Rahul, pitches his revolutionary AI chat-bot, "Rajesh the Relatable, " to a panel of sari-clad investors. Rajesh, powered by cutting-edge LLM technology, promises to be the ultimate customer service experience.

"Rajesh can answer any question, solve any problem, even recommend the perfect Bollywood tearjerker based on your mood!" Rahul enthuses.

An investor, Mrs. Iyer, raises a perfectly manicured eyebrow. "Rajesh?Is that like a new brand of pressure cooker?"

Rahul gulps. Apparently, brand awareness for LLMs isn't quite there yet.

Across the city, another startup is facing a similar LLM-related meltdown. Their AI-powered recipe app, "Dadi ki Rasoi Reinvented, " boasts it can personalize your grandmother's recipes based on dietary restrictions.

"Just tell Rani (the AI assistant) you're lactose intolerant, " the CEO, Mr. Gupta, beams at a potential investor.

The investor, a portly gentleman with a fondness for dhokla, frowns. "Rani?Is this app supposed to find me a wife?"

Mr. Gupta wants to bury his head in a bowl of gulab jamun.

The problem, as it turns out, is the unfortunate disconnect between the tech world's obsession with acronyms and the delightful simplicity of everyday life. The average Apu or Shanti clearly doesn't differentiate between an LLM and a neighbourhood chai stall.

But fear not, enterprising Indians!Here are some ingenious solutions to bridge the LLM-auntie gap:

  • Relabeling:LLMs become "Super Suraiyyas" - wise women who dispense knowledge and solve problems, just like the friendly neighbourhood aunty everyone knows.
  • Celebrity Endorsements:Get Salman Khan to sing about the wonders of LLMs in a catchy jingle. Bonus points if he throws in a rhyme about "badhiya conversions. "
  • Mythological Rebranding:LLMs are reinvented as digital avatars of Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and learning. Now that's an app even Dadi can get behind!

Of course, there's always the simpler solution:educating the public. But where's the fun in that?After all, who wouldn't want their AI assistant to double up as a potential matchmaker or recommend the perfect pressure cooker for that stubborn dal?

The future of AI in India might be a little chaotic, but one thing's for sure - it will be hilariously unpredictable. So, the next time you chat with your friendly neighbourhood AI, don't be surprised if it starts singing "Jumma Chumma De De" or offering unsolicited advice on your love life. After all, in the land of jugaad, even AI assistants need to adapt and improvise!

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