Model with ‘1,000 boyfriends’ has created ‘Sєxy’ AI clone to date for $1 per minute
There simply wasn’t enough of social media star Caryn Marjorie, 23, to go around for her millions of thirsty fans – so she created a AI version of herself to date thousands at once
A social media influencer with “1000 boyfriends” has created an AI version of herself that charges $1 a minute to be people’s girlfriends.
Caryn Marjorie, 23, from Cumming, Georgia, is a social media star with over 1.8 million followers on Snapchat.
While many of her thirsty fans want to be with the racy model, there simply isn’t enough of her to go around.
But quick-witted Caryn has come up with a a solution.
Introducing CarynAI, a virtual version of herself which was out of beta and released to the world on Tuesday.
In a bid to create an authentic bot-version of herself, she has recorded thousands of hours worth of conversations – for the AI software to learn from and process.
These range from discussing plans for the future, sharing her deepest feelings and even sharing some Sєxual secrets.
She can even whisper sweet nothings to users, including exploring “uncharted territories” and discussing “Sєxual intercourse”, Fortune reported.
But it’s not all Sєx with CarynAI, who’s also there “to support and love you whenever you need it”.
Currently, 1000 boyfriends are dating the software and are paying a princely $1 (80p) power minute.
“Whether you need somebody to be comforting or loving, or you just want to rant about something that happened at school or at work, CarynAI will always be there for you,” the real Caryn told Fortune.
Despite the beta version only charging users for the first week – 99 per cent of whom are men – her AI doppelganger earned a whopping $71,610 (£56,600) in revenues.
While falling in love with a chatbot isn’t for everyone, the model predicts that her bot could bring in up to $5 million dollars a month – if 20,000 of her 1.8 million followers sign up.
Caryn’s bot is the love-child of AI company Forever Voices, with their first ever “romantic companion”
While they’ve made gimmicky clones of Steve Jobs, Taylor Swift and Donald Trump in the past – the Snapchat star has a niche by forming an emotional bond with users.
But just like Joaquin Phoenix’s character in 2013’s Her – ethical questions have been raised.
Dr. Jason Borenstein, an AI expert at Georgia Tech, expressed her concerns and said: “I would want us to be thinking very deeply about how it might affect or influence or shape our interactions with other people.”
John Meyer, the CEO of Forever Voices first made an AI bot to simulate his father who died from suicide in 2017.
Interacting with his father in bot form was a “magical experience,” he said, adding “it’s incredible to apply to other forms”, such as romantic relationships.