AI that makes music: ‘Labels should be buying this stuff…’
Posted on: 23 janvier 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Should Ed Sheeran be getting worried about artificial intelligence dethroning him from his place atop the modern pop pantheon?
It may sound like crazy foolish talk, but that was the question sparked by a session on creative AI at Music Biz and Music Ally’s NY:LON Connect conference this afternoon in New York. There is already AI-created music, for example from startups like Jukedeck and Amper Music as well as projects like Sony’s Flow Machines. So what does this mean for musicians, and for the music industry?
The panelists were Inderjit Birdee, strategist at startup AI Music; Gregor Pryor, partner and co-chair of law firm Reed Smith’s Entertainment and Media Industry Group; and Peter Berg Steffensen, CEO at Moodagent. The moderator was Billboard and Forbes journalist Cherie Hu.
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