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The headline to this late 2021 article is "World's first living robots can now reproduce" (https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/29/americas/xenobots-self-replicating-robots-scn/index.html). The line between human and machine has always been more blurred than we have been willing to accept. Sensory enhancements like contact lenses have been around for a long time and smartphones certainly dominate as neurological enhancements for our brains. The biology of reproduction has long relied on technology for success, from IVF to the important medical advances that reduce mortality at childbirth.

As machine learning and artificial intelligence, such as the DALL-E AI that was used for this artwork, continue to develop and that line between technology and biology becomes even more blurred. At the same time, increasingly our time spent as biological entities is embedded in work and play that is part of a virtual world decidedly more technology than biology. This collection explores that intersection. It is a cellular exploration into what might be the future of new life, whether biological or mechanical, ideas or substance. Or all the above? What will new life look like in the future?

This is my playground of digital art focused on nerd and geek culture. It is focused on gaming and online communities but touches on all aspects of nerd culture with a healthy dose of social criticism.
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The headline to this late 2021 article is "World's first living robots can now reproduce" (https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/29/americas/xenobots-self-replicating-robots-scn/index.html). The line between human and machine has always been more blurred than we have been willing to accept. Sensory enhancements like contact lenses have been around for a long time and smartphones certainly dominate as neurological enhancements for our brains. The biology of reproduction has long relied on technology for success, from IVF to the important medical advances that reduce mortality at childbirth.

As machine learning and artificial intelligence, such as the DALL-E AI that was used for this artwork, continue to develop and that line between technology and biology becomes even more blurred. At the same time, increasingly our time spent as biological entities is embedded in work and play that is part of a virtual world decidedly more technology than biology. This collection explores that intersection. It is a cellular exploration into what might be the future of new life, whether biological or mechanical, ideas or substance. Or all the above? What will new life look like in the future?

This is my playground of digital art focused on nerd and geek culture. It is focused on gaming and online communities but touches on all aspects of nerd culture with a healthy dose of social criticism.
Contract Address0x2953...4963
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Token StandardERC-1155
BlockchainPolygon
MetadataCentralized
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