You probably know that celebrities can earn a lot by promoting products
to their followers on social media. Some of these don’t actually have a
flesh-and-blood job: they are famous for nothing more than being such
Some advertisers have now decided to shortcut the process by creating
their own “virtual influencers”: essentially, animated CG characters
that they can control totally and much more easily than managing real
If all their interactions happen online, why do they need to be real?
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