MIT’s new AI system can identify instruments within music
Posted on: 9 juillet 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has announced details of its latest use for AI – a deep-learning system capable of isolating the individual instruments used in a music video.
“The system, which is ‘self-supervised,’ doesn’t require any human annotations on what the instruments are or what they sound like,” explained MIT.
“Trained on over 60 hours of videos, the ‘PixelPlayer’ system can view a never-before-seen musical performance, identify specific instruments at pixel level, and extract the sounds that are associated with those instruments.”
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