Well, you can try but it takes patience and dedication.
On each spadix, the male flowers are located on the upper half, and the females on the lower half.
The spathe covers the spadix until the day the female flowers open, then it unfurls, usually at night, to expose the male flowers.
The female flowers should be pollinated the same day as the spathe unfurls.
Use a brush to transfer the pollen, then you have to create 100% humidity, the usual method is to wrap the entire spathe/spadix in a wet paper towel and enclose it in a plastic bag for 24 hours.
If the pollination takes, dark green fruit will form, get bigger and in 4-5 months turn bright red. You remove the seed from the red seed coat and plant it in a mixture of peat and perlite, keep at least 80F and 100% humidity. Seeds take 4-8 months to germinate