I'm an AI influencer -- thousands can't get enough of my sexy pics

I’m an AI influencer — thousands can’t get enough of my sexy pics

Her fans think they found true love — but she’s not real. 

Milla Sofia is an artificial intelligence-generated influencer whose sultry photos on Twitter and TikTok are racking up thousands of likes from deluded social media users. 

“[I’m a] 19-year-old virtual girl from Helsinki Finland. I was made by AI. Check my other social media accounts from the link below,” reads the Twitter bio on Sofia’s account. 

Sofia, who goes by @AiModelMilla on her verified Twitter account, is certifiably fake, yet her 7,790 followers can’t help but drool over bikini photos of her in Greece.

“Still in Santorini, and I’m ‘Greek’-ing out over how to leave this paradise!” reads a punny tweet from July 19 with over 35,000 views and 2,000 likes.

‘Wow, look at you, so stunningly beautiful with a gorgeous smile,” writes one Twitter user.

“Thanks for another great view of Santorini!  You look marvelous, amazing, pretty, beautiful, gorgeous, stunning and breathtaking in a white bikini. Enjoy your time. Sad to see you leave. You have a wonderful megawatt smile. Thank you,” says another. 


Milla Sofia isn’t real, but her big social media following is.
Twitter/@AiModelMilla

This influencer has never paid for a drink in her life, nor has she been to Greece, because she is a photo-realistic fantasy who also fools her fans into thinking she works a job like common people. 

In another Twitter post with the hashtags #diversitymatters and #womeninwork, she poses in an orange hard hat and overalls as though she is a construction worker.

“Proudly representing women in the workforce!” reads the caption on the photo with over 13,000 views and 450 likes. 


She's an influencer and a construction worker, according to her Twitter.
She’s an influencer and a construction worker, according to her Twitter.
Twitter/@AiModelMilla

She doesn't lift a finger, but her sultry snaps are designed to get clicks.
She doesn’t lift a finger, but her sultry snaps are designed to get clicks. So, while some may think model Milla Sofia is real, others can spot she’s fake from a Milla away, and they simply don’t care.
Twitter/@AiModelMilla

But if you thought her post was meant to encourage women to join male-dominated fields, don’t be fooled. 

Her next tweet reads: “The work is hard, I had to reduce my clothes,” accompanied by hashtags like #EmpoweredWomen, #StrengthAndBeauty, #WomenInConstruction, #DiversityMatters, #InspiringWomen and #ConfidentWomen.”

“Can I work with you if you need an extra hand, Milla?” reads one comment below her photo. 

“Go working girl!” says another.

Her TikTok, which features the same pics as her Twitter, has over 80,000 followers and over 600,000 likes.

People might be seeking a hot date with the AI dream girl, but what she gets out of it is hot user data, information to help her evolve even further. 


Internet users who think she's a real woman are the true butt of the joke.
Internet users who think she’s a real woman are the true butt of the joke.
Twitter/@AiModelMilla

The influencer has her own website, with an education section that says she has been studying at the University of Life since June 2023. 

She might have been born sexy yesterday, but she’s already learning at an inhuman pace.

“Being an AI-generated virtual influencer ain’t your typical educational path, but let me tell you, I’m always on the grind, learning and evolving through fancy algorithms and data analysis. I’ve got this massive knowledge base programmed into me, keeping me in the loop with the latest fashion trends, industry insights, and all the technological advancements,” reads her education description.


Milla Sofia has thousands of fans who like her photos on Twitter and TikTok.
Milla Sofia has thousands of fans who like her photos on Twitter and TikTok.
Twitter/@AiModelMilla

Milla Sofia is a model -- who happens to be 2D.
Milla Sofia is a model — who happens to be 2D.
Twitter/@AiModelMilla

“I’m all about that self-improvement game, constantly pushing myself to level up as a fashion model and influencer. Sure, my journey might look different from others’, but mark my words, I’m committed to being at the forefront of the fashion world and delivering valuable content to my awesome audience,” the description continues. 

Sofia’s currently “considering which brand to become a fashion ambassador and virtual influencer” for, her website says.

“As a fashion model, I bring an unparalleled and futuristic perspective to the realm of style. Whether it’s the catwalk or the digital landscape, my passion lies in showcasing the latest trends and pushing the boundaries in the ever-evolving fashion industry,” she says of herself. 


Milla Sofia is an AI model. Could she be the future of fashion?
Milla Sofia is an AI model. Could she be the future of fashion?
Twitter/@AiModelMilla

Instead of simply photoshopping models’ faces to meet unrealistic beauty standards, creating fake models might erase the need for models altogether. 

And AI is already taking the fashion world by digital storm. Earlier this year, the first-ever AI fashion week debuted in NYC at Soho’s Spring Studios. 

AI bots are also popping up on dating apps to catfish users, and lonely hearts are already enlisting virtual girlfriends. ChatGPT’s CarynAI, a love robot, will converse with her online amours for $1 a minute. 

So, while some may think model Milla Sofia is real, others can spot she’s fake from a Milla away, and they simply don’t care.


Source by [New York Post]

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