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ETHX AI: A New Art, Fashion, and Utility Centric NFT Collection

Written by nftlady

As a lover of both art and fashion, I was excited to learn about ETHX AI, a new project from film studio AlterCine. ETHX AI is a collection of 2,222 unique NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain, each of which is a piece of handpainted art. The project also includes airdrops of 3D metaverseready avatars and clothing, making it a project that has something for everyone.

The art in the ETHX AI collection is absolutely stunning, and I was blown away by the level of detail and craftsmanship that went into each piece. The collection includes a wide variety of styles, so there is sure to be something for everyone. In addition to the art, the project also includes utilities such as rewards and airdrops of 3D metaverseready avatars and clothing. This makes ETHX AI a project that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also useful.

Overall, I am extremely impressed with ETHX AI. The art is beautiful, the project is useful, and the team behind it is clearly passionate about what they are doing. I can‘t wait to see what the future holds for this exciting project.

Project Storyline

In the year 2050, the UN decided that super AIs would be required to save our planet from severe, irreversible environmental damage. However, there were significant push backs against the production of AIs due to fears of AI domination. A brilliant computer scientist named Zack was tasked to create a few prototype AIs classified asGen.0. They are to be monitored and questioned daily to pass ethical tests before they can be utilized. TheGen.0 AIs passed and the ETHX program was approved to produce 2,222, next generation AIs classified asGen.1.

The AIs have been found to be incredibly helpful for humanity as the ETHX quickly found a solution that would resolve all environmental issues. They created millions of large probes that would absorb carbon and toxic hazards on a massive scale, and would be sent off to space out of orbit.

One day a data scientist found a mismatch deep within the firstGen.0, Davids code. It was found that David had lied in one of his ethics tests on the question of solving humanity‘s overpopulation issues. When questioned, he said that he had to answer differently in order for the survival of his


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