Kenza Layli wins world’s first Miss AI beauty pageant

Kenza Layli wins world’s first Miss AI beauty pageant

Kenza Layli, a digital lifestyle influencer from Morocco, has been crowned the world’s first-ever Miss AI in a groundbreaking event. France’s Lalina Valina and Portugal’s Olivia C finished in second and third place respectively.

Layli, a hijab-wearing AI-generated model took home $13,000 in prize money. The prize package included $5,000 cash, support on the world’s largest AI developer platform, and a personal publicist, totaling $13,000.

The contest, organized by the World AI Creator Awards (WAICA) in partnership with Fanvue, aims to recognize the achievements of AI innovators worldwide. Miss AI aims to showcase the technical prowess and work behind digital influencer personas worldwide. The competition is also part of the World AI Creator Awards (WAICAs), which honors pioneering creators in the AI ​​domain.

Kenza Layli competed against 1,499 other creators for the title, with entries coming from Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas.

In her acceptance speech, Kenza expressed her gratitude for her latest win: “I am incredibly grateful for this opportunity to represent AI creators and passionately advocate for the positive impact of artificial intelligence.”

“Winning Miss AI motivates me even more to continue my work to advance AI technology. AI is not just a tool, it is a transformative force that can disrupt industries, challenge norms and create opportunities where none existed before,” Kenza added.