Shaping The Future With Vanus AI

April 11, 2024 2 min read
Ehis Akhile
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Quantum Qid, a Canadian foundation, aimed to inspire and support children globally in their pursuit of hope, purpose, and access to cutting-edge technology. However, teaching quantum physics to children posed a complex challenge due to its intricate and abstract nature. Traditional teaching methods struggled to effectively convey complex terminology, explain abstract concepts like particle duality and entanglement, and handle advanced mathematics, necessitating innovative approaches to engage children and nurture their curiosity.


In response to this challenge, Jegede Jollof turned to Vanus AI, an advanced GenAI application reliant on the AWS Cloud Computing Platform. Leveraging a sophisticated architecture that integrates various AWS services such as Amazon EKS, Amazon S3, Amazon DocumentDB, and Amazon Bedrock, Vanus AI provided a robust solution. The architecture comprises four main components: the main application, LLM, vector database, and document database. Built on Amazon EKS, the main application manages user and billing processes while delivering AI-driven functionalities. Amazon EKS ensures a highly available, secure, and scalable Kubernetes cluster, allowing Jegede Jollof to adjust computing resources according to demand. Amazon DocumentDB stores user data efficiently, benefiting from its seamless compatibility with MongoDB. Additionally, the connection to Amazon Bedrock Claude large model significantly reduces the cost of using extensive models up to almost 70%, enhancing Vanus AI’s capabilities while optimizing expenses.

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Quantum Qid leveraged the AWS Cloud Computing Platform to power the Vanus AI chatbot integrated with Discord. This involved deep integration with multiple AWS services to ensure robust functionality. Vanus AI’s architecture utilized various AWS services to provide a seamless experience for users, including Amazon EKS, Amazon S3, and more. Additionally, the AI application was trained using GenAI technology within Vanus AI, enabling it to cater to children globally.


The integration of the AI bot resulted in increased interest and understanding of quantum physics among children. This advancement in education not only made quantum physics more accessible and enjoyable for kids, but also reduced costs by 30% and enhanced satisfaction among young learners. By simplifying complex concepts and engaging children through familiar media references, Quantum Qid successfully fostered curiosity and facilitated interactive learning, empowering young minds to explore the fascinating world of quantum technology.