The bionic beauty in hijab from Morocco, Kenza Leyli, became the first “Meat artificial intelligence” in the world.

The bionic beauty in hijab from Morocco, Kenza Leyli, has become the first ‘Meat artificial intelligence’ in the world.

‘Although I don’t feel emotions like people,’ said the cyber beauty in an exclusive interview with The Post, ‘I am sincerely excited about it.’

Crowned by the top AI models, Leyli beat out more than 1,500 computerized contenders for the coveted title, which includes a top prize of $20,000 for a technical lead from her home country of Morocco.

The unprecedented competition, organized in April by the Fanvue World AI Creator Awards (WAICA), invited AI prophets from around the world to showcase their programming prowess.

‘The global interest in this first award from [WAICA] has been incredible,’ said Will Monange, co-founder of Fanvue.

Contestants who scored the highest scores in categories such as beauty, technology, and social media presence earned bragging rights for making it to the top ten finalists. The referees, which included android experts, chose the three finalists.

Leyli beat competitors Lalina Valina from France, who delights her more than 117,000 fans with her kind messages on Instagram,

and Olivia S., a Portuguese traveler on a mission to peacefully unite the real and robot worlds.
The virtual beauties took the second and third places, respectively.

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