- Aptos blockchain creator Aptos Labs has partnered with tech giant Microsoft to create AI-based blockchain tools
- The partnership will see Aptos Labs utilize Microsoft’s array of AI tech
- Aptos Labs intends to use the collaboration to create a chatbot dedicated to the Aptos ecosystem and expand the resources available to developers on its blockchain
Aptos blockchain creator Aptos Labs has partnered with tech heavyweight Microsoft to create blockchain tools powered by artificial intelligence (AI). The collaboration will see Aptos Labs utilize Microsoft’s array of AI tech under the tech giants Azure OpenAI Service. Aptos Labs aims to use Microsoft’s AI tech to create a chatbot dedicated to the Aptos ecosystem and expand the resources available to developers on its blockchain.
Blockchain and AI are Generational Breakthroughs
According to Aptos Labs CEO Mo Shaikh, there’s a strong bond between the decentralized world and AI since they’re both “generational breakthroughs” capable of having a defining effect on the next phase of the internet.
Microsoft’s Rashmi Misra noted that the collaboration between the two firms is part of the tech giant’s mission to take web3 closer to users by enabling developers in the blockchain space to create exciting AI-powered decentralized applications (Dapps).
Apart from using the partnership to create an Aptos-centric chatbot and pushing for web3 adoption, the two firms will collaborate on pushing the boundaries of blockchain use cases to bring onboard tokenized assets and blockchain-based payment solutions.
Binance and Etherscan Using AI
Web3 developers are increasingly embracing AI in different sectors like NFTs and smart contract explorations. In the NFT space, top firms like STEPN creator and Binance have already unveiled tools that create AI-generated digital artworks.
The partnership comes seven months after Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates said that he prefers AI over web3, and two months after OpenZeppelin observed that AI can enhance the efficiency of web3 developers.
With Aptos Labs partnering with Microsoft, it’s to be seen whether the collaboration will help attract developers to the blockchain.