World’s first AI beauty pageant to award hottest bot $13K — here’s who really gets the money

They are all real beauties, fake show.

Sandra Bullock’s “Miss Congeniality” will no longer be the most iconic charlatan to disrupt the beauty pageant world.

Now, the chatbot girls are in the running for the crown and over $20,000 in cash prizes.

Subscription-based social site Fanvue will host the world’s first “Miss AI” contest in May. Fanview/Amy Everhart

“‘Miss AI’ is the world’s first beauty pageant featuring AI-generated models.” Announcing fan viewa subscription-based social media platform with upcoming festivals scheduled for May.

“Contestants will be judged on beauty, skill and influence for a chance to win the crown of Miss AI.”

An offshoot of the World AI Creator Awards (WAICA), which recognizes artificial intelligence content creators from around the world, the tech-themed extravaganza will welcome digital divas designed to dazzle the eyes, the heart, and the internet. Masu.

A panel of human judges, including beauty pageant historian Sally-Anne Fawcett and AI influencers Aitana Lopez and Emily Pellegrini, are on hand to sniff out the sexiest simulations.

Lopez, a 25-year-old pink-haired AI fitness model with more than 306,000 Instagram fans, earns more than $11,000 a month thanks to her viral posts. The brainchild of the creators of Fanvue, bold brunette Pellegrini made an eye-watering $10,000 in her first six weeks of her career as a lecherous clickbait.

Lopez earns a considerable monthly income by showing off her stunning figure online. Instagram/Aitana Lopez
Pellegrini gained immense popularity thanks to his cheeky shots on Fanview. Fanview/Emily Pellegrini

“Each judge will draw on their extensive expertise to evaluate contestants across three main categories,” contest organizers said. “Using a points-based system, each creator is scored across three categories and each participant is given an overall score.”

The top bot logs out with a whopping $13,000 in rewards, including a $5,000 check, a $3,000 teaching stipend, and $5,000 in public relations support.

Second and third place will receive a total of $5,000 and $2,000, respectively.

For the pixelated pinups vying for the title to be worth the money, they must be “100% AI-generated.” The mastermind behind the masterpiece must be over 18 years old.

And while the fake favorites are on display, it’s their real creators who actually reap the prize.

“Contestants will be judged on their beauty, skill and influence for a chance to win the crown of Miss AI,” Fanbue said. Getty Images/iStockphoto

“Contestants will compete in the competition’s classics, including beauty, poise, and unique answers to a series of questions such as ‘If you had one dream to make the world a better place, what would it be?’ will be judged on the side” by Fanview.

“Contestants will earn points for their skills and implementation of the AI ​​tools used to create their digital masterpieces, including the use of prompts and their output, and visual details of hands, eyes, and backgrounds.”

And the virtual bitch has to click with the online watchers.

“AI creators’ social influence is measured based on the number of fan engagements and audience growth,” Fanvue explained. [their] Utilizing other platforms such as Instagram. ”

AI sirens have rapidly gained popularity over the past year. Fanview/Cassidy Davis

The highly anticipated automated parade is very similar to Spain’s recently introduced AI host, Alba Renai. This non-human charmer just landed an on-air gig as host of a special segment on “Survivor.”

But the creators of “Lengai” insist that the computerized cuties are not trying to steal the spotlight from live broadcasters.

“Human talent is irreplaceable, but we have no intention of doing so,” explained Luis Movilla, the lead curator behind Renai’s enchanting brilliance.

“She’s not here to take anyone’s job.”