Relying on the powerful computing power of AI to generate modern texts, you can read Buddhist scriptures in classical Chinese and compare them with each other, and it is equipped with a Buddhist scripture robot to answer questions in real time.
Comparative reading of classical Chinese/vernacular Chinese
AI generates Buddhist scriptures in vernacular, bid farewell to dyslexia in classical Chinese
Conversation with ancient wisdom
A chatbot that has studied the complete collection of 14,000 volumes of Buddhist scriptures, chatting with you in real time to resolve your doubts and assist in interpreting the thoughts of Buddhist scriptures
The Chinese part of the AI Tripitaka is free and open to the public. What you need to pay for is the vernacular reading part.
In order to facilitate modern readers to understand Buddhist scriptures, the development team needs to use AI technology to generate vernacular text. The API call cost is only $330/1M characters/time. At the same time, the quality of the generated text is constantly optimized, which will also incur a certain computing power cost.
In ancient times, Buddhist scriptures in Japan and Korea were written in classical Chinese passed down from China.
Nowadays, most young people in Japan and South Korea no longer learn and use Chinese characters, which may lead to the loss of Buddhist scriptures in these areas; now with the changes in AI technology, perhaps in the near future, we can use the power of technology to translate Buddhist scriptures into modern Japanese, Korean, etc., passing on the Buddha’s wisdom throughout the world.
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