“First AI Pop Singer” Noonoouri deemed an insult to Hatsune Miku


The debut single of “first AI pop singer” Noonoouri has led to many critics comparing her to the first ever actual virtual diva, Hatsune Miku.

For those unfamiliar, Hatsune Miku is a part of “Vocaloid”, a now famously widespread “singing voice synthesizer software” that is used to create music and songs.

While there are many official Vocaloid characters, the twin-tailed Hatsune Miku has since become the face of the software, and has become immensely popular around the world.

The tweet and Noonoouri’s debut single (which was hit with huge dislikes):

The Twitter post described Noonoouri as the “first AI pop singer”, but commenters were quick to disagree. Overall, they made comparisons to Hatsune Miku and noted that the Vocaloid software sounds much better.

Some classic Hatsune Miku songs:

Some of the aforementioned comments, with some being convinced the “underage girl” was meant to cater to “pedophiles”:

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