Sophia Humanoid Robot to Transform Into iNFT for Noah’s Ark Metaverse Project

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Sophia, the popular humanoid robot, is now set to enter the metaverse as an “intelligent non-fungible token (iNFT)”. The human-like bot will be part of the Metaverse project called “Noah’s Ark”. The tokenized version of Sofia will be released for auction on December 16 on Binance. Along with SOFIA, 99 more INFTs will be put up for auction.

Sophia co-creator Jean Lim launched a virtual anime version of Humanoid last month and named it “Sophia BeingAI.” Lim was promoting her new artificial intelligence (AI) venture called “BeingAI”.

Now, BeingAI has partnered with INFT production firm Althea AI to bring 100 tokens to life metaverse On NFT marketplace Binance including Sofia. INFT will be part of Althea AI’s project, Noah’s Ark.

Noah’s Ark is an “intelligent metaverse” that aims to preserve and develop the culture and collective intelligence of the human species.

“We are excited to bring SOFIA BeingAI to life as an INFT,” Lim said.

now, while NFT There are digital collectibles such as artwork inspired by game characters and real-life entities, INFT embedded with the intelligence of an AI personality. While NFTs are controlled by their owners in the metaverse, INFTs can freely interact with people in real time inside a gamified universe.

The auction for these 100 INFTs will end on December 21.

Recently, a virtual mega yacht, called Metaflower Super Mega YachtOther lavish features including two helipads, hot tubs and a DJ booth in The Sandbox Metaverse were sold for $650,000 (about Rs 4.8 crore).

In November, a plot of land in Decentraland was sold for $2.43 million (about Rs 18 crore).

bloomberg intelligence hope Market opportunity for the metaverse to reach $800 billion (approximately Rs 59,58,719 crore) by 2024.


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