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‘Bot Dylan’ AI writes its own catchy songs
    2017-05-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Researchers have created a “Bot Dylan” computer that is capable of writing its own folk music.

The new computerized composer was developed by scientists at Kingston University and Queen Mary University of London. The system uses artificial intelligence (AI) to compose new tunes after it was trained using 23,000 pieces of Irish folk music. This allowed the machine to learn the patterns and structures that make for a tune before it created its own pieces of music. But it still has no concept of how rhythm works. It just replicates* it from the songs it has learned.

It marks a significant step forward for the capabilities of AI. Creative and artistic expression has long thought to be beyond the capability of AI, and many have insisted it will be one of the few areas where humans will have an edge* over machines.

There have been other attempts to get computers to write music such as Google’s Magenta project, Sony’s Flow Machines and British startup* Jukedeck.(SD-Agencies)

 

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