In the new world of virtual existence, XANA launched the first AI-powered NFT collection. The collection contains 10,000 original avatars with Japanese anime aesthetics that act as customized AI allies throughout the Metaverse.
The NFT collection is inspired by the BladeRunner 2049 to meet the demand for personalized avatars for the Metaverse. Other features of the NFT collection are full commercial rights and the power of the AI engine, among other ecosystem privileges.
Creating art using AI is expected to gain momentum. The growing popularity of the Metaverse will certainly drive AI-based NFTs. XANA’s online collection drop was announced on Twitter, praised by many followers, and even called revolutionary in the NFT industry. The company’s next drop is scheduled for July 29, 2022.
Each NFT, or non-fungible token, is a unique digital file stored on the blockchain.
AI NFTs are typically built into the Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3) language model prompt as part of a smart contract. Not only is this type of NFT intelligent, it also has other properties such as animations, interactivity, and many other new generation features. Incorporating AI capabilities into NFTs represents a new technological frontier that extends to even more capabilities.
NFTs can be generated using AI, but this year’s trend is to integrate AI into NFTs. In short, you can now create unique and intelligent experiences that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to do.
This type of NFT can be a more familiar sight for users who may be working with tokens that have been injected with language skills. This means you can start a conversation and interact with people regardless of your settings.
The Alethea AI was the first engine behind an intelligent NFT called “Alice.” With self-learning capabilities, this smart NFT will acquire new knowledge as you interact with more people. It was auctioned at Sotheby’s for about $ 480,000.
The company is working on building an NFT metaverse where digital objects interact and evolve. The idea is to turn works of art into NFTs and other NFT industries into interacting agents and the surrounding environment.
In other words, for creators and artists, design interactive and intelligent NFTs around their favorite characters, foster the building of digital communities, maintain Avatar’s intellectual property, and democratize access to new digital tools. The possibility to do is offered.
NFT digital representations are based on digital formats such as images, video, text, and audio. Therefore, these representations can be nicely mapped to various AI subfields.
Terrain.art, a blockchain-based online platform focused on South Asian art, explores the relationship between AI and creativity at India’s first AI NFT art exhibition, Intertwined Intelligences. An exhibition featuring six global artists, AI pioneers Pindar Van Ahman, David Young, Scott Eaton, Hersit Agrawal, Sophia Crespo, and Fayley Can McCormick of Entangled Others Studios. Opened on the platform.
Harshit Agarwal, curator of “Intelligence Intertwined,” said: .. It’s as if they’re building new digital reality through these important genres, asking viewers to balance their deep-seated understanding of nature with the mysterious departures brought about by AI. “
The concept of creating art using AI has great potential for multiple startups to enter the business.
Art AI is currently one of the largest AI art galleries. The company has launched Eponym, an AI software that transforms text into art-like images and helps artists sell their work directly on the NFT marketplace, OpenSea. Art works created using Eponym were released on the Ethereum blockchain.
Eponym differs from traditional AI-based art in that it enables human touch and is not entirely based on AI algorithms.
According to ArtAI co-founder Eyal Fisher, most Eponym users are creating NFTs for the first time. NFT collectors and buyers create their work. Most people in the Eponym community are not professional artists, so they are game changers in this area.