#FleshEmoji: Enthusiasts Fed Emojis Into a Neural Net and Made Them Human, Creepy Results Will Be Sold as NFTs – Design You Trust

#FleshEmoji: Enthusiasts Fed Emojis Into a Neural Net and Made Them Human, Creepy Results Will Be Sold as NFTs

#FleshEmoji is the inaugural NFT project from the art collective ArtEveryDay. Each artwork is based on the Unicode emoji faces, with each one being fed through a neural network trained on human faces.

The result mixes the textural qualities of human faces with the iconic expressions of emoji used all over the world. This is an AED original project, and there will be 35 distinct and original artworks in total.

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