Jellynote talks edtech, music publishers and AI potential
Posted on: 16 août 2017, by : Stuart Dredge

At first glance, Jellynote may look like the latest, polished app to help people learn to play guitar, piano and other instruments.
Yet there is more to the company than meets the eye, from its use of machine-learning technology to its plans to evolve into a fully-fledged social platform for musicians.
Its CEO Martijn Tjho is no stranger to the music industry either: he co-founded Independent IP, the company behind digital music distribution firm FUGA.
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