Naomi Osaka created her anime-obsessed chatbot avatar!

The Japanese has collaborated with Meta to launch a new AI chatbots

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Naomi Osaka created her anime-obsessed chatbot avatar!
© Naomi Osaka Instagram account

Naomi Osaka is preparing for her return to the court, which should be scheduled for the 2024 Australian Open edition, but in the meantime she has collaborated with Meta to launch a new AI chatbots. And not only that, because the Japanese tennis player, who recently became a mother also revealed, her new anime-obsessed avatar character fot that AI chatbot: Tamika.

But what is it exactly? Meta announced that she will release a line of digital characters that will be created using the Meta AI chatbot platform. Meta has collaborated with some stars, such as Naomi Osaka, to create these digital avatars.

Naomi Osaka, on Instagram, revealed that her AI avatar will be called Tamika, with a passion for anime.

Naomi wrote on Instagram: "I've partnered with Meta to bring you a new Al named Tamika, your anime-obsessed friend!

You'll be able to chat with Tamika across Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp, just follow and DM @sailortamika to get started. Meta Als rolling out to US users in phases. Voice coming later."

Naomi Osaka prepares her return to the 2024 Australian Open

Naomi Osaka is ready to come back: the goal is to return to the WTA circuit in 2024.

The Japanese tennis player, 4-time Slam champion, returned to the US Open as a guest after her pregnancy and the birth of her first daughter. The player spoke at an event held in Flushing Meadows which had mental health as its main theme, in the company of US swimming champion Michael Phelps.

Naomi suffered from anxiety and depression, to the point of giving up the press conference at the Roland Garros, cost her many severe criticisms. On the occasion of this recent event, the former world number one revealed the first ones for the near future: the return should be set for next year.

She told: "I remember watching the Australian Open on television and feeling devastated, I had never missed one, I won twice there. While I was watching Serena and Venus I said I could never play like them at that age, then I said to myself 'but no, I might as well do it.

I will definitely play a lot more tournaments than I used to play in the past. I think some people will be happy with it. I think it's like this because I don't realize how the beginning will go of the year for me. At least I'll prepare myself for a great end to the season."

Naomi Osaka