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Moroccan Hijab-wearing activist Kenza Layli wins maiden title of World’s First Miss AI

Layli has 194k followers on her official Instagram page and is a well-known lifestyle influencer in her home country.

Kenza Layli, a hijab-wearing bionic from Morocco has been crowned as the world’s first Miss AI, commissioned by Fanvue World AI Creator Awards (WAICAs) commissioned the beauty pageant in April which called for AI visionaries to showcase their programming prowess through AI creators and AI social media personalities.

Kenza told The Post in an interview, “While I don’t feel emotions like humans do, I’m genuinely excited about it.”

Declared the best of the best among artificial intelligence models, Layli is a curvaceous lifestyle influencer in her nation. Layli has 194k followers on her official Instagram page. In her home nation, Layli is a well-known lifestyle influencer. To win the title and a $20,000 reward—which would be given to the IT executive who invented her—she has to win over 1500 automated tasks.

Showcasing Moroccan Culture and Empowering Women

Layli, who engages with her 194,000 social media subscribers in seven languages, added, “My ambition has always been to proudly showcase Moroccan culture while consistently offering additional value to my followers across multiple fronts.” She aims to use her fame to empower women, protect the environment, and spread positive awareness about AI. Her human creator Meriam Bessa told The Post, “This is an opportunity to proudly represent Morocco. To highlight Moroccan, Arab, African, and Muslim women in the field of technology.”

“I am also very happy to be able to stand for subjects that are dear to me through Kenza Layli,” she continued. “Women empowerment and sisterhood.”

World's First Miss AI
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Fanvue co-founder Will Monange said, “The global interest in this first award from [WAICAs] has been incredible. The awards are a fantastic mechanism to celebrate creator achievements, raise standards, and shape a positive future for the AI Creator economy.”

A panel of judges made up of both human and android pageant experts, then hand-picked the final three to digitally duke it out for the win. As the top 10 finalists, those who achieved the greatest scores in areas including attractiveness, technology, and social media presence gained bragging rights. a French sweetheart who charms her over 117,000 Instagram fans with her messages of kindness, and Olivia C., a Portuguese globetrotter on a mission to peacefully commingle the real and robot realms, are the pageant’s second and third place winners, respectively.

Those who have a significant social media following were selected to compete in the pageant to determine the event’s winner. The top 10 finalists were AI accounts that demonstrated excellence in social media, technology, and beauty. The top three contestants were then chosen by a panel of judges made up of both AI and human pageant professionals to battle for the title.

Aitana Lopez, 25, a fitness influencer who helped judge the competition, told The Post that Layli stood out from her contenders. Aitana Lopez said: “Kenza had great facial consistency and achieved high quality in details like hands, eyes, and clothing. “What truly impressed us was her personality and how she addresses real issues in the world,” Lopez added.

Standout AI Model: Zara Shatvari

An AI-generated model named Zara Shatvari from India made it to the pageant’s final ten. Rahul Choudhry, a co-founder of an Indian mobile advertising business, is the creator of Shatvari.

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