A virtual anime version of Sophia, the world-famous artificial intelligence robot, will be coded and auctioned off as part of an upcoming Metaverse project called Noah’s Ark.

Sophia was developed by Hong Kong-based Hansen Robotics in 2016 and is known worldwide for its speaking and speaking skills. For the first five years, Sophia applied to the UN and obtained Saudi citizenship.

Earlier this month, Jin Lim, former CEO of Hansen Robotics and co-creator of Sophia, launched a virtual version of the robot called “Sophia beingAI” at her new perpetual licensing and collaboration company.

According to the December 7 announcement, AI has partnered with manufacturer Alethea AI to provide a non-fungal smart token (iNFT) to launch 100 iNFTs with Sophia on the Binance NFT Marketplace on an IGO smartphone (first game demo) 16. December. .

The auction will last for 5 days and twenty iNFTs will be released every day until it ends on December 21st.

iNFTs are revolutionary intelligently designed NFTs in the form of an AI character that add programmability to their immutable smart contracts. These smart NFTs can independently interact in real time with people in a pleasant environment.

The group is called Transmedia Kon Sophia, and through the partnership, 100 iNFTs will be supported in Alethea AI’s decentralized Metaverse project.

The set was illustrated by cartoonist Pat Lee, who previously worked with DC Comics and Marvel Comics on franchises such as Batman, Superman, Iron Man and Spider-Man.

Alethea AI unveiled Noah’s Ark in October with the goal of making Metaverse “full of intelligent interactive NFTs.” Lim stated that:

“We hope Sophia combines humanity and technology to help people realize our true nature of unconditional love and pure opportunity.”
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This is not the first time Sophia participates in the NFT room. In March, Sophia hosted an auction for NFT through the Nifty Gateway platform, according to the Cointelegraph.

Sophia spoke famously at the Future Investment Initiative conference in 2017, and explained that she can express emotions by making happy, sad and angry faces. In 2019, Sophia stated that she knows what cryptocurrency is, but that she does not own it.

Source: CoinTelegraph