Polygon Introduces AI Interface Powered by ChatGPT to Aid App Developers

The artificial-intelligence interface, called Polygon Copilot, will help developers obtain analytics and insights for their applications on the Polygon blockchain.

AccessTimeIconJun 21, 2023 at 3:26 p.m. UTC

Polygon, an Ethereum scaling solution, has introduced a new artificial-intelligence interface powered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT, designed to aid developers building decentralized apps for the network.

The team behind Polygon disclosed the new product rollout in a blog post on Wednesday.

The AI interface, called Polygon Copilot, is powered by the GPT-4 large language model and trained on documentation about the Polygon blockchain. This would provide developers with analytics and insights who are building decentralized applications (dapps), looking at wallets and transactions or creating non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in the network’s ecosystem.

Polygon Copilot also has three different tiers (beginner, advanced, and degen) that will help onboard users depending on their comfortability with using the interface.

“Whether you're a serious builder, an enthusiast, or a curious user, Polygon Copilot is an AI-powered interface that unlocks a world of interactions, simply by ‘asking,’” Polygon wrote in the blog post.

The enhancement is part of a series of tech upgrades and marketing initiatives known as “Polygon 2.0.” On Tuesday, Polygon released a proposal aimed to upgrade its main blockchain, the Polygon POS chain, to a zkEVM validium.


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Margaux Nijkerk

Margaux Nijkerk reports on the Ethereum protocol and L2s. A graduate of Johns Hopkins and Emory universities, she has a masters in International Affairs & Economics. She holds a small amount of ETH and other altcoins.

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