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The Future of A.I. Isn’t Quite Human

On the red carpet or the esports arena, the next generation of celebrities could be artificial

Illustration: Blake Kathryn

NNothing about Shudu is real, exactly. She doesn’t have a physical form, and until now, she has existed only on our screens. She lives, so to speak, mostly on Instagram, where she models clothes virtually tailored to her computer-generated body.




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