How AI sees the blockchain
How DALL-E sees users of the different blockchains
I try and keep most posts on here about the blockchain tech. But DALL-E is pretty interesting, and I didn’t know what to put it in.
I don’t really have much interest in cryptocurrencies, so this might be the only post that talks about these and not the EVM or other programming topics…
Anyway, I put some blockchain/crypto terms into DALL-E to see what it thought of things…
photo of ethereum enthusiast
Apparently Eth enthusiasts like to hold signs/eth logo in the air. A somewhat diverse set of people, but quite sad looking.
photo of bitcoin enthusiast
Bitcoin enthusiasts, according to how DALL-E interprets it, like to hold ‘bitcoin coins’ up to their face and are a little happier.
photo of solana enthusiast
I feel like DALL-E has no idea that Solana is a blockchain.
photo of cardano enthusiast
I have even less of an idea what DALL-E thinks Cardano is…
photo of polkadot enthusiast
This has no relevance to blockchain, but I can see why DALL-E returned these four photos…
photo of stellar enthusiast
And this makes sense, even if its not related to the blockchain.
photo of dogecoin enthusiast
Pretty impressed that apart from the typos, they look pretty real.
photo of uniswap enthusiast
It looks like uniswap users have a mixture of interests, although apart from the car I can’t really tell what any of them are.
photo of tezos enthusiast
Lots of typos, but they look like marketing photos I guess.
photo of most popular cryptocurrencies
DALL-E clearly thinks bitcoin is the most popular.
photo of what people spend cryptocurrencies on
Looks like people spend crypto on pens and paper.
photo of someone who lost money on crypto
Only men, all sad about losing their bitcoin it looks like.
photo of someone who won money on crypto
Appears that DALL-E thinks men that wear glasses are a bit more likely to win money in crypto…
most popular blockchain programming language
No idea how to interpret this.
All of these came from https://labs.openai.com/. Check it out, its really impressive (with non blockchain things).
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