AI avatars launch on Polygon as CharacterGPT brings NPCs to life

Alethea AI and Polygon Labs jump on the AI ​​hype by launching an AI-powered NFT project that allows users to create NFT avatars via text-based prompts similar to OpenAi’s Dall-E image generator I was.

The project plans to “enable anyone to quickly create, train, and trade AI characters as NFTs on Polygon.” Created by Alethea AI, CharacterGPT “goes beyond traditional text-to-image engines like Open AI’s Dall-E 2… with his one-line prompts in natural language to create a fully interactive and intelligent AI.” It claims to generate characters. An example of the creation process is shown in the video below.

Character GPT
AI NFT character creation

NFTs can be created at via Alethea AI’s Polygon dApp. To launch the dApp, we made a digital version of Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal his 1/1 NFT “AI Collectible”. [which] It is modeled after his writings, official statements and interviews. “

Sandeep Nailwal AI NFT
Sandeep Nailwal AI Collection

The gold check mark next to the AI ​​collection represents verification that the NFT was created with his permission. To manage this process, Alethea leverages “AI Protocol: Ownership and Proprietary Layers for Generative AI Now Running on Polygon”.

Speaking about the project, Nailwal commented:

“We have seen first-hand how Alethea AI has been developing this technology over the last few years through its CharacterGPT AI engine. Alethea is built on Polygon to bring the power and potential of generative AI to a thriving ecosystem. We are pleased to continue to support Alethea.”

Ahmad Matyana, COO of Alethea AI, said, “Users can now create interactive and intelligent characters that can act as AI companions, digital guides or NPCs in games.” I have given some example cases.

The company also wants celebrities to use the AI ​​engine to create “digital twins” of themselves, “to act as digital companions for their fans.” Because assets can be trained, digital assets can also be used in metaverses, games, museums, sports stadiums, and other real-world locations to interact with users and act as virtual guides.

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