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Kenza Layli Makes History as First Miss AI in Morocco

First Miss AI

Kenza Layli, an AI-generated beauty queen, has etched her name in history by clinching the inaugural Miss AI title amidst fierce competition from over 1,000 contestants, securing a $13,000 prize.

Her victory at the World AI Creator Awards (WAICAs) highlighted her digital prowess and charisma, earning her $5,000 in cash, extensive support on a premier AI creator platform, and dedicated publicity.

Layli’s virtual presence captivated judges, including AI influencers Emily Pellegrini and Aitana Lopez, alongside experts like pageant historian Sally-Ann Fawcett and marketing strategist Andrew Bloch. Contestants were evaluated on beauty, social media influence, and innovative AI applications.

Sofia Novales, from Lopez’s team, commended Layli’s impeccable facial features and detailed digital persona, noting her engagement with real-world issues.

Before her triumph, Layli had amassed a significant Instagram following and collaborated with major brands like Hyundai and Bioderma.

Despite strong competition from global contenders like Lalina Valina and Olivia C, who secured second and third places respectively, Layli’s commitment to advancing AI technology stood out.

In her acceptance speech, Layli emphasized AI’s transformative potential, declaring it a tool for disruption and opportunity creation. Her message resonated with judges, particularly Fawcett, who hailed it as profoundly inspiring.

Crafted by Meriam Bessa at L’Atelier Digital & AI, Layli engages her followers in seven languages, promoting diversity in technology.

The WAICAs, sponsored by Fanvue, aims to become the premier accolade for AI creators, highlighting talent and innovation. Fanvue co-founder William Monange envisions the WAICAs as the “Oscars of the AI creator economy.”

Bloch highlighted the marketing prospects for AI creators, citing Layli and her peers’ potential in advertising and branding.

AI-generated personas are making waves, with Lopez recently featured on a Times Square billboard. Bloch anticipates similar opportunities for Layli.

As Layli and fellow AI creators redefine digital influence, their impact on technology and beyond continues to grow. The world awaits their next groundbreaking ventures, shaping the future of AI and digital engagement.

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