AI YouTuber Who Talks About Random Stuff in Japanese Becomes an Internet Sensation

If you’re bored of watching the same old YouTubers, you might want to look up A.I. Kizuma.

A.I. Kizuma is “artificial intelligence” dressed as a virtual anime girl. She has roughly 200,000 subscribers and more than 5.3 million views since her channel launched in October 2016.

Anime fans would find A.I. Kizuma to be a natural extension of their pastime, but in terms of content, she really is just like any other YouTuber. She vlogs about all sorts of topics, from virtual reality to buying friends with money.

She also makes Let’s Play videos, where she shares her thoughts while playing games like “Inside,” “Superhot” and “The Climb.”

You may want to check out her Pen Pineapple Apple Pen cover, too!

But of course, what sets her apart from other YouTubers is the fact that she needs no sleep, food and water — well, maybe her creator does.

A.I. Kizuma’s creator is predictably elusive, but Kotaku speculates that she was made in Miku Miku Dance, the same free animation program that gave birth to vocaloid pop star Hatsune Miku.

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