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Friday May 24, 2024

Miss AI: World’s first AI pageant to judge winner on beauty, social media clout

Registration for Miss AI begins as applicants eye prize worth $20,000

By Web Desk
April 17, 2024
Winner for World’s first AI pageant will be announced on May 10. — Money Control/File
Winner for World’s first AI pageant will be announced on May 10. — Money Control/File

Models and influencers can now participate in "Miss AI" — the world’s first artificial intelligence beauty pageant for women, Hola reported.

The AI generated contestants will be judged on their looks, poise, online presence and clout. They will also be judged on the basis of the technical expertise that went behind their crafting.

The competition will be hosted by the World AI Creator Awards (WAICA) in partnership with Fanvue, a subscription based platform that hosts AI content.

As per WAICA’s official website, the organisation is "dedicated to recognising the achievements of AI creators around the world" and the Miss AI pageant will assess contestants "on their beauty, tech, and clout for the chance to earn the Miss AI crown."

The registration for the event has begun. The winner Miss AI will win a cash prize of $5000, promotion on Fanvue and $5000 worth PR support. Finalists for second and third position will also win cash prizes.

The winners will be announced on May 10, after an online ceremony. 

Judges include AI models Aitana Lopez and Emily Pellegrini, media founder Andrew Bloch and beauty pageant expert Sally-Ann Fawcett.

Will Monanage, Fanvue co-founder, in a press statement said: "The creator economy is an extremely exciting place to be in right now, and with the help of our platform, there’s been exponential growth in AI creators entering the space, growing their fanbases, and monetizing content."