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"floyd ai" Discussed on Crypto Cafe With Randi Zuckerberg
"I mean, I feel like that that teeth falling out dream, it's like, it's just the worst. And it's a rite of passage. But yeah, it's I mean, it is really incredible. And we're just at the tip of ice, the iceberg of what is going to happen with AI and art. And it's such an exciting time. In the final few moments of our show, I want to do a little bit of a lightning round. So Michael, maybe you could kick us off with a favorite web three moment of the week. Yeah, so this is something I wouldn't say it's like, Oh, my gosh, I'm so glad this happened. But I'm actually there's something else going on. So OpenSea kind of release OpenSea, if folks don't know, is a marketplace platform for digital art and NFTs. They kind of went anti creator. Again, they doubled down on it in a way around royalties. So they're not going to honor royalties moving forward. And there's more nuance to this story. But what I thought was why it became my favorite moment is I think, a community gathering around artists and creators and saying no, no, no creators matter in this marketplace economy, and in this cultural moment. And so it really became both a sad moment, but also a really proud moment for me. So beautiful. Debbie, what about you a favorite web three moment that you have had this week? I Well, I have to say this is like a web three and art moment. But the artist Sam Spratt put out this incredible collection called the monument game. And it's truly unique and basically invites about 200 different collectors to look at this, honestly, masterpiece of art that is so incredibly detailed, and invites collectors to write down their observations and pin it to different parts of the art. So that has just been really, really fascinating seeing how collectors interpret a little minute detail and this very intricate painting. And at the end of it, he's got a council of people that would get to decide who has the most, I guess, meaningful and impactful observation. So I'm really eager to see how that pans out. Absolutely amazing. And Debbie, while we're with you, any artist or creator that you have your eye on right now? Oh, gosh, I mean, I think everybody knows Snowfro. He's just you know, a generative art pioneer for our generation. But he's releasing a really accessible art drop art collection later this week, I think in the next day or so. And so that actually brings his love for physical art and digital art together. And I'm really excited to see how that how that pans out. And it's also really accessible. So it's only at $18 a mint, approximately. Oh, terrific. And Michael, take us home with an artist or creator that you have your eye on right now. Another moment where a community is rallying around an artist is artists we all know in this room, Food Mask Yu, who is an artist we all love and adore. So what happened is Food Mask Yu's work, they did a work about a year or two ago, a kind of a performance art piece where people ate food off of his mask, he wears these daily masks and photographs himself. And it became this internet meme of like, when I try to explain to my parents what I do for a living. And what was so amazing about it is the whole art community really rallied around him and started being like, you should credit this artist, you need to credit this artist. So every time it went viral, you had all these people in the comments being like, credit this artist, credit this artist. And I just love that. I love people standing up for artists. How terrific. Debbie, why don't you give us a little once over on what's what's new and exciting over at Hug and where people can reach us. Oh, gosh. So at Hug, we just have tons of opportunities. We run a whole bunch of different open calls every single week. The one that gets me really excited is artists getting an opportunity to get their work displayed in the World's First NFT Museum. So we're running an open call for that right now. If you have artwork that celebrates your heritage, we want to see it. And that's not all. There are plenty more open call opportunities, including joining the one and only Randy on right here in the Crypto Cafe. Yes, love it. And it's so exciting. Everything that we have going on right now. So definitely check that out. Debbie, Michael, thanks so much. I always learn so much about what's going on in the world of creativity and disruption from both of you. And I'm going to go check out that that Pink Floyd A.I. because that's ridiculously cool. Thank you so much to both of you for joining me here in the Crypto Cafe.
"floyd ai" Discussed on The Corner
"Cal Dan's been here with the old man Andrea's hell talking boxing today. Had one hell of a UFC show earlier in the week, make sure you guys check that out. Still pro wrestling to come later on in the week. The old man is so hype for Brock Lesnar versus the giant omas. At WrestleMania it's his favorite match of WrestleMania card. They'll let them tell you any different. We're going to talk about all that on Friday you guys will get that episode that's going to be really fun to go through then. Shout out to everyone and last week's wrestling podcast, which was amazing, amazing Impact Wrestling came through the building. That was great. Had fun at the impact card. We'll talk about all of that going on, but Dre. Someone say there was something big in boxing this weekend. Man, I'll just say it. I don't think I've ever been more wrong about a fight in my life. Listen, I grossly underestimated Tommy Fury and I grossly overestimated Jake Paul. Well, talk about whose fault was what? I guess when we get into that. But I'm going to save that because I want to take a tour de boxing because a lot of other crazy shit happen this weekend. I want to make sure we get all that out of the way that we dive into Tyson Fury, big John fury, rematch, how you scored it, 'cause you scored it very differently. Yeah, at a four point swing on close rounds. Yeah, I went the other way. I watched it again. I was like, yeah, I could have given the other way up. It's one of those things where I live. You're like, I don't know. But we'll talk about that fight the entire fight between Jake and Tommy. Start off, though, going around the world, starting in London. On Saturday, Floyd Mayweather had his exhibition. There's more people in this blue wire studio. Right now. Then we're in the crowd at this London Floyd Mayweather exhibition. Is it over? For money bag fluid? No. No, you just got to go back to Japan. Go back to Dubai. I saw people telling me, why is Floyd doing this? I was like, you know how many millions got paid to do this? Stupid amount. He doesn't care who was in the building. He did it. It was pay per view. People watched it. He got paid. It wasn't like, if you don't sell, you don't get paid. He already got paid. He just knows what market he's not going to again. That's all he just looked at. It was like, you guys suck at promoting fights. I mean, he knew, it's almost like, come on. It was never going to be a big fight. He knows where to go. It's not over. And if it is over, rob plenty of banks. Eventually, those girls got caught and said it off after Robin all those banks. Floyd Mayweather has been setting this shit off, robbing people 'cause I keep saying I was like, y'all keep paying for this shit. Of course it's gonna keep doing it. I don't know if people pay for it, but I guess the other country's paid. Somebody's paying Floyd. Like Floyd ain't doing this for free. Floyd ain't doing this on a contingency, I'll say he doing it on GP. He ain't doing that. He's not doing consignment. He's getting paid to fight fights that are no hopers against him. So yeah, it doesn't stop. It seems like there were reports they may have broken his hand, you know, Floyd got the glass hands. His hands have been healthy though for like the past like his hands were brittle before on that big deal with showtime. But they've been fine because he didn't unleash on people. Exhibitions, he's been throwing hands. Yeah, he's actually putting punches on people. So, you know, you get back to that style just because physically you can do it. Your hands are still hitting a surface, which someone's skull. So, yeah, something might be a little wrong with his hands. He was talking about fighting Jose Aldo prior to that. Still think that's going to happen. That in Dubai probably does very well. Yes, I think Aldo's fighting on that game bread card. Fine, Jeremy Stevens, which is like the weirdest fight because I saw Jose Aldo knockout Jeremy Stevens was a body punch in MMA. What's going to be different here? Not a damn thing. But I think there's a lot of money. Floyd could beat up anybody. He could take the Jake Paul tour and just start beating up MMA fighters? Yeah. I don't see what's wrong with that. Nothing. So he'll rap his client. Yeah, that's what I'm saying. He'll wrap that broke. If it's broken, he'll rap his hand in his millions of dollars, make a nice padding on it. He doesn't drink. So he'll swim in his money like Scrooge mcduck until the next fight. Virgin daiquiri. Yeah, I feel like that'd be his drinking show. And Zachary is. What the hell is a nightclub? The strip club? Oh, girl collection. Girl collection. It cost like $60 to get it to a strip club. Yeah, I mean, he'll enjoy the fruits of all that. And I'm a connoisseur. Of the strip club, but I would not go there. I was like, what? He had told me. I barely throw $60. Him and Leonard had told me I could get you for years. I always want to do the Floyd interview, do it at the club, and I was like, oh, Ariel, that was my hero went. Oh, I mean, I'd go there for an interview. Wait, I get in free? Yeah, era went. If I remember correctly, Ariel helwani had to wait like two hours. They're like, Florence coming, so he just has to sit at the club. There's worse places to work. Two hours. I don't know weighted long as times are interviewing a press room. I've been born in strip club before. Have you been born in the strip club before? Yes, but it was a bad strip club. Story time. I went to a strip club. I was importantly visiting a