TinyTap, an educational technology subsidiary of Web3 developer Animoca Brands, recently made headlines by announcing the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and NFT tools designed to empower educators and parents alike.
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The innovative integration allows users to generate educational games using a topical prompt, a feature that will produce the game within minutes. Furthermore, a text-to-image tool has been introduced to facilitate the creation of dynamic educational images, thereby enhancing games and graphics.
The data fueling the AI generator tools encompasses over a decade of TinyTap’s system data, including the learning architecture of more than 250,000 games, millions of activities, and over 170 million plays.
Yogev Shelly, CEO of TinyTap, revealed that the output is governed to ensure the games are appropriate for the intended age range. Initially, the BETA tools will only support single-topic prompts, but the goal is to develop full prompt comprehension for more engaging and fun games.
Shelly believes these tools will expedite content creation and access, ultimately enabling a personalized learning experience for each child.
TinyTap NFT tools and partnerships
In addition to the AI tools, TinyTap plans to partner with Open Campus in the fourth quarter of this year to enable NFT and EDU token holders to mint TinyTap games into NFTs. This development is expected to inject new liquidity into the education sector and expand the reach of educators’ efforts.
According to Shelly, the PublisherNFTs will allow teachers, some of the world’s most prolific content creators, to reach broader audiences and monetize their efforts beyond the confines of their classrooms.
The integration of AI and NFTs in the education sector aligns with the broader vision of a “smart education system” infused with blockchain, DAOs, NFTs, and AI components, as highlighted by thought leaders inside and outside of the Web3 space.
Yat Siu, co-founder and executive chairman of Animoca Brands, remarked that AI offers “terrific opportunities for ed-tech,” as more efficiently produced content translates to a larger education library for educators and parents.