New Delhi: Harjeet Singh, a computer teacher at a government high school in Jalandhar, has created the world’s first robot to speak and understand Punjabi. Which has been named ‘Sarbans Kaur’. It cost about 50 thousand rupees to build this robot. The teacher of a government high school in Jalandhar’s village Rohjari (Rohjari, Jalandhar) has prepared it in 7 months. This robot is activated by taking its name Sarbans Kaur and then on answering questions in Punjabi, it also gives the answer in the same language. In the beginning Sat Sat recites Gurbani from the famine.
First language and now made robot
Harjit Singh said that as a teacher he wanted children to understand computer programming easily. For this, he had prepared a programming language called Sarbans in Punjabi, taking the example of similar efforts in Canada. During this time, the lockdown occurred due to Kovid. If you get success, then the desire increases, that is why they thought of making robots. Initially, it was prepared by working under lockdown and later at night.
Wife Jaspreet gave voice to the robot
He translated the English words into Punjabi to create a computer programming language. Based on this language, he designed the robot, then the question came who would give voice to the robot. Since the robot was of a woman’s form, his wife Jaspreet Kaur took this responsibility. First he recorded the voice of wife Jaspreet. Then after improving it a bit, feed it into the robot.
This is how robots work
According to Harjit Singh, we can do whatever we want to feed in Sarbans Kaur Robot. Once he is asked these things, whenever he is asked, he finds the right answer from his database and then gives the answer to the person in front.
Such a ready made robot
Harjeet Singh said that children’s toys, copy covers, cardboard, pens, plugs and electrical cables have been used in preparing the robot.
Where will work
Guide – You can feed the history of any religious or other important place, after which the robot can tell the people about the history of the place.
teacher – By feeding any kind of knowledge into the robot, he can do the work of teaching children. Can answer children’s questions.
Old Age Homes- It can be used to communicate with the elderly living in loneliness. Many kinds of things can be fed in its database, so that if the elderly ask anything, the robot can answer it.
Why the name Sarbans Kaur
Harjit Singh said that one name of Sikh Guru Gobind Singh ji is also Sarbansdani. From there, he was impressed and named this robot Sarbans. Sarbans Kaur has been kept due to being female. He said that he made it in Punjabi after being inspired by the famous poet of Punjab Surjit Patar’s poem ‘Mari Meri Bhasha’. Now he wants to first get the robot’s forehead in Sri Darbar Sahib in Amritsar.