GPT-3 Algorithms Coming to Matrix AI Mainnet

Matrix AI Network
2 min readMar 7


MANTA, the auto-machine learning platform, is now running GPT algorithms on the Matrix Mainnet.

Have you ever wondered how your phone knows what you’re going to type before you even finish typing it? Or how Siri and Alexa understand what you’re asking, even if you don’t use the right words?

It’s all thanks to something called GPT algorithms.

GPT stands for “Generative Pre-trained Transformer.” It’s a type of artificial intelligence algorithm that uses a massive database of language to understand and generate text.

Once the algorithm has been trained, it can be used for a wide variety of applications. GPT algorithms are used in virtual assistants, chatbots, and other natural language processing tools.

Our team has been hard at work optimizing the Matrix AI Mainnet to support GPT algorithms for our MANTA platform. And we’re happy to announce that we’ve successfully designed a framework for these algorithms to run seamlessly on the Mainnet.

MANTA is a distributed auto-machine learning platform built on the Matrix Mainnet. It uses auto-ML Internet search algorithms to locate an accurate and low-latency deep model, and accelerates the searching process through distributed computing.

The ability to run GPT algorithms on the Matrix Mainnet through the MANTA platform represents a significant step forward in the field of distributed auto-machine learning. By leveraging the power of distributed computing, MANTA is able to locate accurate and low-latency deep models quickly and efficiently, allowing for more rapid training and computing.

Introducing Morpheus, a cutting-edge project that leverages the impressive infrastructure of the MANTA platform to demonstrate the ability to train language models at a large scale. The primary objective of Morpheus is to provide powerful support for high-capacity training and computing.

We’re thrilled with the progress we’ve made, and we’re excited to continue pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with Matrix’s AI

Stay tuned for more updates from Matrix AI Network.



Matrix AI Network

The Matrix AI Network was founded in 2017. In 2023, we enter Matrix 3.0 blending neuroscience with our previous work to realize the vision of the Matrix films.