What Your State Looks Like as a Person: According to AI
AI technology whether we love it or hate it, we can all agree that it is revolutionizing how the digital world interacts. Online communication might never be the same and our roles in society might have a whole new purpose when coupled with AI.
AI has the means to change the world as we know it. Have you ever wondered how AI views us as people or our states? Let’s ask AI how it sees us. Here is what your US state looks like if it were a person according to AI and what they are known for.
1. Alabama “The Cotton State”
Alabama and college football simply go together, it is considered the most popular sport by far.
Moreover you can’t ignore the civil rights history that encompasses the state. Alabama is home to some of the richest historical US landmarks.
2. Alaska “The Last Frontier”
Alaska is home to the largest mountain in North America standing at 20,310 feet tall. This state is famously known for its northern lights as well. Also known as Aurora borealis, the prime time for this spectacular view is between mid-September and late April.
3. Arizona “The Grand Canyon State”
Two words, the Grand Canyon, need we say more? It is one of the most accessible parks to visit and one of the most beautiful. If you like hiking Arizona has some wonderful trails you don’t want to miss.
4. Arkansas The Natural State”
Arkansas resides near some very sacred Native American waters. Become one with nature and your surroundings in this serene place. They have one of the best park systems in the country. Rent a canoe down the Buffalo National River and flow among the tallest waterfall wedged between the Rockies and the Appalachians.
5. California “The Golden State”
Nicknamed the “Golden State” and for good reason, California has a coastline you don’t want to miss. It is historically famous for the gold rush and the continuous mecca for all things entertainment. Be amongst the stars where the concept “Old Hollywood Glamor” made its debut.
6. Colorado “The Centennial State”
With mountains like these it is no wonder skiing and snowboarding is simply epic. Famous resorts like Keystone, Vail, Breckenridge, and Copper Mountain are at your disposal to ensure you’ll have an authentic Colorado experience you soon won’t forget.
7. Connecticut “The Constitution State”
As one of the original thirteen colonies, how could you miss out on Connecticut? Allegedly the birthplace of the hamburger sandwich, but whether or not Germany and Rome agree, you’re sure to find some of the oldest and most legendary burger recipes to die for. Plus the original Pez factory is there if you’re craving something sweet after.
8. Delaware “The First State”
As the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution and becoming the first official state, Delaware has a serious flex over everyone else. They hold some of the most famous NASCAR stadiums as well as the world’s biggest frying pan. We’ll race you there!
9. Florida “The Sunshine State”
Who doesn’t love theme parks? Florida is home to some of the most famous theme parks we all know and love such as Disney World Parks, Universal Studios,and SeaWorld. It is known as the theme park capital of the world.
10. Georgia “The Peach State”
Can you guess why Georgia was nicknamed the “Peach State”? It’s because it’s so juicy. It’s famous for its wonderful peach picking. It has one of the busiest airports and countless relaxing beach towns.
11. Hawaii “The Aloha State”
If we were to sum up Hawaii, I think the words volcanos, sun, and surf come to mind. With 5 major islands making up this vibrant destination you sure won’t get bored any time soon. Filled with fresh cuisine like seafood and tropical fruits as well as the famous North Shore of Oahu, a prime spot for surfing around the world.
12. Idaho “The Gem State”
Filled with rich crystals and underground minerals, Idaho can be considered a real gem of a place. They are famously known for their potatoes so don’t forget to eat your weight in French Fries and mashed potatoes while you can.
13. Illinois “The Land of Lincoln”
What is America without some good old classic comfort food. Illinois is no different, known for their incredible deep-dish pizza it is a must to put on your foodie bucket list. It’s no wonder this style of pizza is commonly referred to across America as “Chicago Style Pizza.” The ultimate hotdog and pizza war is said to be between New York City and Chicago, we’ll let you be the judge.
14. Indiana “The Hoosier State”
Home to the oldest major automobile race in the country, if you’re a car enthusiast this is the place for you. This 500-Mile Race is held every year and draws out hundreds of attendees.
15. Iowa “The Corn State”
Iowa is known for its agricultural community that is why it is nicknamed the “Corn State.” The state is filled with corn and wheat fields galore spanning across 90,000 farms.
16. Kansas “The Sunflower State”
Kansas is known as the “Sunflower State” with its massive fields of wheat, tornados and agriculture. The movie “The Wizard of Oz” helped put it on the map. It looks like Dorothy was on to something, there really is no place like home, or in this case Kansas.
17. Kentucky “The Bluegrass State”
Derby and Bourbon sums up Kentucky. Also known as the “Bluegrass State,” Kentucky is internationally recognized for its Bluegrass music scene, horse races and preppy fashion choices.
18. Louisiana “Pelican State”
Also known as the “Creole State,” Louisiana, is famously known for its Mardi Gras festival. However, be warned Mardi Gras is not for the faint of heart; this annual celebration keeps on giving for two weeks straight. Don’t miss out on a hot Gumbo filled meal followed by a beignet. Louisiana is definitely the main course.
19. Maine “The Pine Tree State”
The “Pine Tree State,” Maine, is known for its incredible lobster and endless forests. 90% of all of Maine is covered by forests. Make sure you bring comfortable shoes if you visit and a big appetite.
20. Maryland “Free State”
Maryland, also known as the “Free State,” is known for its Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab. If you love seafood, check out their Baltimore Chesapeake Seafood Festival that happens in June. There is always something for the whole family.
21. Massachusetts “The Bay State”
The “Bay State” is home to the original Dunkin’ Donuts and some of the most significant moments in US history. It’s where the first Thanksgiving took place and the infamous Boston Tea Party.
22. Michigan “The “Wolverine State”
Michigan, the “Wolverine State,” is proudly the largest car manufacturing state in the US. This state claims shorelines on four of the five Great Lakes.
23. Minnesota “Land of 10,000 Lakes”
The “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” Minnesota houses more than 15,000 lakes as well as the world’s most gargantuan shopping center. Stop by the Mall of America if you happen to be around, it is sure not to disappoint with more than 500 stores to choose from.
24. Mississippi ““Magnolia State”
The “Magnolia State” is home to southern cooking and true blues music. It is the hometown to some of music history’s greatest legends such as Elvis Presley and B.B. King.
25. Missouri “The Show Me State”
Missouri, otherwise known as the “Show Me State,” is home to Budweiser. It is here you can learn all about the brewing process of the beer we all love, all at its original location.
26. Montana “Big Sky Country”
Montana is the place to get all in with nature, no holding back. As a “Big Sky Country” it is home to the cowboys, the iconic Glacier National Park and the good ol’ ranch.
27. Nebraska “The Cornhusker State”
Yet another top producing cattle state, Nebraska is known as the “Cornhusker State.” It isn’t a big tourist attraction but if you love the outdoors and the ranch there is still plenty to see.
28. Nevada “The Silver State”
The “Silver State” that is Nevada is famous for the glitzy glamor of Las Vegas, but it doesn’t stop there. If you’re a night owl, you’ve come to the right place. This state has some over the top casinos and some incredible outdoor adventures. Lake Tahoe is considered an emerald gem.
29. New Hampshire “The Granite State”
New Hampshire, the “Granite State” was famously first to declare its independence from England. They even have their own motto, “live free or die” sounds like a great place to live, but feel free to start with a visit. They are also known as the tallest point in the Northern Appalachians.
30. New Jersey “The Garden State”
New Jersey, the “Garden State” has more than 500 old time diners to choose from for your diet’s pleasure. It is known as the diner capital of the world so come hungry.
31. New Mexico “The Land of Enchantment”
The “ Land of Enchantment” that is New Mexico. This state is most famous for the city of Santa Fe, its capital. This capital is considered the second oldest city in the USA following St. Augustine, Florida and the oldest capital city. It’s a breathing ground for rich Native American culture and art.
32. New York “The Empire State”
The good old “Empire State” never disappoints, there is something for everyone amongst the bustling streets of the city. From fashion, art, finance and more the only thing you need to worry about is how to keep up. It is easy to get lost amongst the show, on Broadway, of course.
33. North Carolina “The Tar Heel State”
The “Tar Heel State” loves their college basketball and the great outdoors. Inspired by the famous Wright Brothers, their state motto is “First in Flight,” after the brother’s flight Kitty Hawk on North Carolina’s Outer Banks.
34. North Dakota “The Sioux State”
This state, known as the “Sioux State” has 39 million cattle ranches and acres of farmland. They are known for their wide spaces, honey production and more churches per capita than any other state. They have even taken the initiative to create art installations along the open road, some of the biggest metal installations in the US.
35. Ohio “The Buckeye State”
The “Buckeye State” has both the football and the rock and roll hall of fame. Additionally, you must try their Cincinnati Chili, it’s known as their signature dish, filled with chili, cheese and onions on a bed of spaghetti noodles. Be right back, we’re already on our way to ordering a plate.
36. Oklahoma “The Sooner State”
As the largest Native American population to date, Oklahoma is known as the “Sooner State.” It has the most casinos and the most tornadoes. The state even has a musical dedicated to it, titled “Oklahoma!”
37. Oregon “The Beaver State”
Oregon, the “Beaver State,” is known for its craft beer and quirky culture. They have some fabulous hiking trails to work up a sweat and just as many cozy coffee shops to unwind after a long day. They are the only state with their own official nut, being a hazelnut. Do you think they have an in for some hazelnut spread on hand? Be sure to find out.
38. Pennsylvania “The Keystone State”
Pennsylvania, the “Keystone State,” is home to a great chunk of American history such as the Liberty Bell and where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Hershey’s chocolate was also created there.
39. Rhode Island “The Ocean State”
Rhode Island is most famous for being the smallest state, you can drive straight across it in only about 45 minutes, but they are still mighty. They have countless traditional lighthouses and elegant estates. They also have a scrumptious drink called “coffee milk,” known to the locals and made with cold milk and coffee syrup.
40. South Carolina “The Palmetto State”
South Carolina is known for its white-sand beaches and beautiful weather. Home to Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head Island, many people enjoy coming here for vacation.
41. South Dakota “The Mount Rushmore State”
South Dakota is quite iconic with the Black Hills cliff carving illustration of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. This attraction was originally developed as a tourist attraction and we think it works.
42. Tennessee “The Volunteer State”
The “Volunteer State” is known for its country music scene especially in Nashville. They have the country music hall of fame as well as the King of Rock and Roll legend, Elvis Presley’s home estate, Graceland.
43. Texas “The Lonestar State”
They say everything is bigger in Texas for a reason, it’s because of the attitude. Bigger beaches, bigger barbecue and everything in between. The smells of the dry-rub smokiness hot off the barbecue is already making our mouth water, how about yours?
44. Utah “The Beehive State”
Utah may be most famous for its salt, but don’t get salty, there is a lot more to them. They have five main parks that include Arches, Bryce Canyon, and Zion, and state parks too.
45. Vermont “The Green Mountain State”
Vermont really is one green beauty. This state is known as the leading manufacturer of maple syrup. They manufacture almost 50% of the nation’s maple syrup and they are the home of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. How could you not have a sweet tooth while being here? Maple syrup sundae anyone?
46. Virginia “Old Dominion”
The state of Virginia also known as the “Old Dominion” or “Mother of Presidents” was the first permanent settlement of the Europeans. The state also spearheaded the tobacco industry and is the birthplace to the most US presidents, hence the nickname.
47. Washington “The Evergreen State”
Washington is home to some of the most beautiful parks, including Olympic National Park where some of the most beautiful hiking trails are located. The famous Pikes Place Market in Seattle, Washington is also the home of the original Starbucks, so get your coffee history while it’s still hot.
48. West Virginia “The Mountain State”
Filled with nature and culture, West Virginia is known for its scenic roads and markets. Mountain views and farmlands, many would say that it is one of the most fun states to drive though.
49. Wisconsin “America’s Dairyland”
If you love cheese, Wisconsin is definitely the place for you, it is famously known for its butter and cheese. You can explore working farms and learn exactly what it takes to make the products we all love. The state produces 30% of the total national cheese annually making it more than any other state’s production.
50. Wyoming “The Equality State”
Wyoming is known as the “Equality State” for the important fact that women were allowed to vote for the first time within this state. Yellowstone national park is also a must visit with some of the most picture perfect mountains you can find.
51. Washington D.C “The United States Capitol”
Bonus points for the United States Capitol. The Capitol is known for its meaningful landmarks and memorials. It is the hotspot for our country’s government dealings and houses our president in the iconic white house.
Do the AI faces line up with the facts? No matter which state you find yourself in you’re sure to have lots of people to meet, things to do and history to discover. Just like how all the states have different shapes, sizes and stories, so do all of our faces, the AI faces included.