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This girl is pissed Yes thumbnail those fakes look so real they already stealing 2020
She hates it

1:32 mark of video



Cute and honest Sega Saturn fan, also noone should buy Sega grrrr, Sega for life.

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Also 13:58 mark of video looks the realist



Cute and honest Sega Saturn fan, also noone should buy Sega grrrr, Sega for life.

I give up on humanity.



I'm not watching the video, but I see no issue with this.



She is just mad she has less simps



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I hate the modern world. It's so shallow. So this is the new Lonleygirl15. If you don't know what that is. Look it up. This is also real(?) Max Headroom. Again google it.



Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

I do think more and more companies are going to push the virtual influencer as time goes on. The problem with real people is that they can goof up. Say something or do something that can ruin the image. With virtual influencers, it's all controlled. VA goofs up? Replace them. Eventually it will just be bots.



             

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I really don't get the appeal of any of them. So yeah, virtual "influencers" are weird to me but so are real "influencers". They're both weird as fuck and I find it strange anybody pays attention to them at all.

As an aside though, why do so many people not know the difference between woman and women?



It's not like "real" influencers are very real either. When you look at a lot of influencers what you see is just a persona constructed to appease whoever tossed them the biggest bag of money. And that's all great from a sponsor's perspective. It's when they stop being marketing tools and becomes real people again that you may get into trouble.

In today's world you have a mob out there waiting for people to fuck up. And when people do fuck up the mob will make sure to tell the whole world (sometimes in caps) that those people fucked up. And if one of those people is associated with your company or product, that person might cause damage to your brand. A virtual influencer solves the problem in that you no longer have to worry about what your influencers do when they drop their personas and start acting like real people again.



I don't see following virtual girls being any worse than worshiping and throwing money at "real" girls whose job consists of being attractive and sitting in front of a camera, showing their cleavage and being mediocre at playing video games.