An American influencer on social media has digitally cloned herself to respond and communicate with her fans for one dollar per minute, as she has about two million followers, and she does not have enough time to chat, according to the Washington Post, Saturday, May 13, 2023 .
Activist Caryn Marjorie, 23, spends about five hours a day on the Telegram group, but can only reply to a few comments at a time, and has about 98% of male fans.
That is why she resorted to artificial intelligence, and this week she established a new feature to chat with technology (ChatGPT), using her voice, directions and personality in full, to answer questions from followers for one dollar per minute.
And fans can chat with the digital version in “a successful AI experience that makes fans feel like they’re talking to Caryn herself.”
CarynAI is the first AI companion product from a new startup called Forever Voices, allowing users to chat with a digital version of Caryn Marjorie — a famous snapchat influencer — for $1 a minute. https://t.co/wBui5y3ubw— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 13, 2023
Caryn told the “Washington Post”: “My followers have a strong bond with me, and therefore they write to me every day, and I began to feel a year ago that the effort required of me to respond to them is unbearable for humans, and at the same time I feel bad for not responding to most of the comments, personally and individually for each Comment, I wish I could, but I don’t have that ability.
Marjorie also achieved, through the use of this service, about $ 100,000 during the first week, confirming that she has a waiting list of thousands to join this process.
This step comes amid increasing global interest in artificial intelligence technology, and major companies announcing its integration into their search engines, but it shows how individuals use technology in different applications, especially in what can be comparable to conversations or personal relationships between celebrities and their fans, which will have a tremendous impact. Especially after the ease of use of technology in the future.