BAYC NFTs Are Converted Into Machine Art by Google AI

BAYC NFTs Are Converted Into Machine Art by Google AI
  • Each NFT is unique, entirely 10,000 original NFT arts are there in Antsy Monke .
  • The BAYC recreated NFT collections named Antsy Monke.

The Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) Non-Fungible Token (NFT) collection has turned into a mechanical work of art with the support of Google’s artificial intelligence (AI). This reproduction shows the confidence that technology can reproduce whatever that human creativity can create.

Antsy Monke is the name of the NFT collection that BAYC redesigned. In addition to using image diffusion techniques, Artsy Monke uses cutting-edge AI technology that has completed years of development. 

Antsy Monke Mimic The BAYC

10,000 Bored Ape Yacht Club NFTs were all converted by Artificial intelligence (AI) into machine-made work. The artwork in concern is an abstract painting that seems to resemble the famous Yuga Labs collection, which appears to be made of an ape pattern.

The project’s in-house AI artist CryptoGrims said;

We were able to take all ten thousand Bored Ape NFT images, and feed those into the machine as a loose canvas within which to frame the generative art. The end product was mind blowing.

The regenerated NFT image was created by combining text descriptions with BAYC reference images. All of the images were created using a combination of the Colab collaborative notebook service and Google’s cloud computing.

The 10,000-piece NFT collections have already sold out, new customers can only pick up their pieces of art directly from the owners through the NFT marketplace OpenSea. The Artsy Monke original will cost low 0.001 ETH ($1.40) when compared to Bored Ape Yacht Club’s current lowest entrance point, which is 85 ETH (over $100,000).

The NFT can also be used as a token for holders to take part in Artsy Monke’s games and other activities, according to the platform’s developers. Dan Hovey, the project blockchain creator, believed that the NFT would increase the fun and financial gain for token owners.

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