Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFT

Created 4 months ago
300 token supply
OpenSea verified collection
7.5% Fee

Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFTs were sold 1 times in the last 7 days. The total sales volume for Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago was $485.61. The average Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFT price was $485.6.
The current Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago floor price is Ξ0.29.
There are 174 Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago owners, owning a total supply of 300 tokens.

Art Blocks Collection: Curated

Project Description: Please Note: This is an Exponential Dutch Auction (no settlement). The price you purchase is the price you will pay.

An ideal human being is one big optimization problem. We have a goal - we optimize our actions to maximize the outcome of this goal. In our initial days, we optimize to stay alive, during school, we optimize to study well, gain skills and obtain the best scores.

As we progress in our careers we optimize to get the most amount of money, material growth, and maybe even influential growth such as fame.

As we age we optimize to minimize diseases and maximize our lifespan - we workout, we eat healthily, we retire, and rest

As ideal as it sounds, how do we know what exact actions would lead to maximizing my outcome? At this very moment - instead of reading this should you be doing something else that would make your life’s outcome better? Maybe, maybe not - We don't know... Although, we do find out through trial and error.

In the grand scheme of things we’re just an agent exploring actions around us, learning which ones increase our reward and choosing the path that seems to lead to the maximum reward. Cerebellum is a window (pun intended) of the human mind - a continuously evolving art piece that is built on top of a reinforcement learning agent that is learning and optimizing and evolving as you see it.

The project starts with an untrained model of a reinforcement learning agent that is deployed in an environment where it is faced with positive reward and negative reward. The agent is also equipped with a bunch of eyes that lets it sense the objects around it and judge if it wants to go ahead and consume the object or abstain and move in a different direction. The agent here is optimization to maximize its positive rewards while avoiding the negative ones. How does the agent know if a reward is positive or negative? - It learns that after experiencing a bunch of samples. And the magic is - all of this happens in your browser. The seemingly random motion of the agent at the beginning running into everything it sees subsides with time as it learns better about the environment and only hits on the positive rewards. How fast does this happen? Depends on your luck - every art has agents with varied number of eyes and range of these eyes. In addition with every refresh your agent would start from a new place, taking a new path - a path that might lead to it learning things at a different pace depending on what it comes across as it explores. To add some practicality - the environment also has some walls, elements that just block the agent from moving doesn’t add or decrease rewards. Hinders the agent’s movement, lets it find a different path - sometimes this is needed for the agent to strategize, sometimes it's just a hindrance… I’ll leave this to your imagination as you see the agent in action… The seemingly random motion - the path towards true understanding - the process of optimisation is captured by the windows. Windows that show the beauty of this process expressed in a variety of ways.

Cerebellum is a window into the black box of AI, an unapologetic exaltation of the unpolished, an ode to the process and its aesthetic vernacular.

  • Press 'p' to switch from 2d/3d views
  • Press 'e' to expose the reinforced learning layer
  • Press 't' to pause/unpause the training of the agent
  • Press 'w' to randomize the walls of the training environment

On mobile, tap to switch from 2d to 3d

NFTs sold
last 7 days

1

Trading volume
last 7 days

$486

Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago Value
Average price last 7 days

$486

Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago Floor Price
Lowest Ask Price

Ξ0.29

Total Supply
Number of tokens

300

Owners
Number of owners

174

Recent Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago sales

Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago Price Chart

Top Selling Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFTs of the last 30 days

NFT Date Price
1
Cerebellum #202
12 days ago $682
2
Cerebellum #273
12 days ago $605
3
Cerebellum #142
12 days ago $573
4
Cerebellum #283
12 days ago $564
5
Cerebellum #281
12 days ago $545
6
Cerebellum #84
12 days ago $536
7
Cerebellum #21
22 days ago $524
8
Cerebellum #158
12 days ago $518
9
Cerebellum #34
12 days ago $518
10
Cerebellum #243
4 days ago $486
11
Cerebellum #101
23 days ago $450
12
Cerebellum #210
23 days ago $450
13
Cerebellum #37
15 days ago $320
14
Cerebellum #158
24 days ago $294
15
Cerebellum #174
24 days ago $294
16
Cerebellum #156
24 days ago $277
17
Cerebellum #292
24 days ago $277
18
Cerebellum #59
24 days ago $277

Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago Traits

Eyes

max: 8.3%
min: 0.3%

Sight range

max: 100%
min: 100%

Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFT - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

▶ What is a Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago?
Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago is a NFT (Non-fungible token) collection. A collection of digital artwork stored on the blockchain.
▶ How many Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago tokens exist?
In total there are 300 Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFTs. Currently 174 owners have at least one Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NTF in their wallet.
▶ What was the most expensive Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago sale?
The most expensive Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFT sold was Cerebellum #202. It was sold for $682.2 on 2023-05-22 (12 days ago).
▶ How many Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago were sold recently?
There were 18 Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFTs sold in the last 30 days.
▶ How much does a Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago cost?
In the last 30 days, the cheapest Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFT sales were below $277, and the highest sales were for over $613. The median price for a Cerebellum by Laya Mathikshara & Santiago NFT was $502 in the last 30 days.
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