How far can our imagination go as human beings? This year will be remembered both for the historical events we are experiencing and for the ingenuity and innovation of people. In this context, we learn that he was born Maria the first Mexican virtual human.
A physical assistant robot? No, it is a character that through Instagram She will share with us her grandmother’s recipes, her passion for plants, and she will talk to us about issues such as gender equality and mental health.
In one of her publications, Mar.ia explains that it was born from “an overload of information with which the Internet collapsed by Mexicans looking for whether a quesadilla has cheese or not” and defines herself as “a mixture of Mexican snacks, memes, Grandma’s recipes, Taxco handicrafts and artificial intelligence”.
This virtual character who is characterized by a charisma and sense of humor like an influencer already has 10k followers on Instagram (at the time of this publication), with just five posts and two featured stories.
In one of her posts, she shares with us the exact moment in which she prepared some chilaquiles following tutorials and her grandmother’s secret recipe, and since she is new to the human world, she wonders why this dish is only eaten in the morning.
Regarding its style, the new influencer virtual prefers colorful patterns when dressing, and has a look that can range from the urban to the traditional. If you want to meet her you can do it through her Instagram account: @soymar.ia.
Mairem Del Rio Addicted to watching series and movies, doing (a little) exercise and changing my hair color. I am also a journalist, with more than 16 years of experience and dedicated 100% to digital media since 2011. I have been from reporter and community manager, to editor in various media and agencies. My areas of expertise are as diverse as they are contrasting: entertainment, travel, lifestyle, health, business and finance. Now I am focused on the entrepreneurial ecosystem, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, metaverses and the promising cannabis industry in Mexico.