AI creating music: can we learn to love the algorithms?
Posted on: 1 mars 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Are the new wave of artificial-intelligence startups here to eat musicians’ lunch, or to help them become even more creative? A panel run by Music Ally at the by:Larm conference in Oslo today explored the sometimes-sensitive issues around AI and music.
The panel included Scott Cohen from The Orchard, Sophie Goossens from Reed Smith and Helienne Lindvall from Auddly, and was moderated by Music Ally’s Patrick Ross, who kicked off the session by playing Beatles-ish song ‘Daddy’s Car’, which came out of Sony’s AI labs in Paris (with the help of some humans).
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