Comment on CBS: Hatsune Miku “World’s Fakest Pop Star” by Anonymous:

Personally, I recognize Hatsune Miku as an instrument or a program synthesizer. Since vocaloid is a program that creates or imitate a barely human-like voice like Miku’s then she is considered a pop star and not fake. The only difference is that she is virtual but not fake.

For the logic:
domain of x: Hatsune Miku
Let p: x is a program
let s: x imitates a barely human-like voice
let q: x is considered a popstar
let r: x is not fake.

(p ∨ s) → (q ∧ r);
¬(q ∧ r)→ ¬(p ∨ s);

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