Polygon Labs Introduces AI Platform for Simplified Learning

Polygon AI

Via ChatGPT, Polygon Labs has unveiled a revolutionary no-code Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform meant to teach all fans the fundamentals of Polygon (MATIC).

Polygon Labs made the announcement on Twitter earlier today. The Polygon Copilot is an artificial intelligence (AI)-driven tour guide. That has been educated on all available Polygon (MATIC) documentation and standard Web3.0 resources. With this data at hand, it can provide useful insights, analytics, and direction for all parts of the ecosystem.

Specifically, it is driven by the trending OpenAI ChatGPT and the Web3 content monetization startup Layer-E. During the onboarding process in particular. Users may access information across several domains, including Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), decentralized applications (DApps), gaming, decentralized finance (DeFi), and social networks.

Covers Literally Everything for Everyone

No matter whether you’re a professional builder, an enthusiastic hobbyist, or just plain inquisitive, you’ll have an easier time navigating the site thanks to its intuitive layout. Moreover, it can efficiently meet the information requirements of all consumers, whether they are looking for the most fundamental or most sophisticated features.

Polygon has included an area for testing ChatGPT prompts to make it simpler for users to ask inquiries. Additionally, it archives conversations so that participants may easily go back and review the previous talks. Users without a MetaMask-Polygon Copilot connection will not have access to the data.

Distinct User Types

The Polygon Copilot is a conversational AI that provides tailored identities for three distinct user types: newcomers, veterans, and degens. The blockchain platform claims that the Polygon Copilot was designed as a tool to deal with the complexity of the cryptocurrency industry in the zero-knowledge (ZK) era.

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This announcement follows the Polygon engineering team’s publication of a proposal to upgrade the Polygon Proof-of-Stake (PoS) sidechain to a Layer-2 network protected by Ethereum (ETH) called ‘zkEVM Validium’ just a day earlier.

Abhishek Chatterjee