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Thought I'd share some of the things that excite me in AI but are related to music rather than the more general things I'm playing with.

This is a really interesting talk using generative AI as a creative tool:

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A friend of mine is a DJ and he reckons there's already some amazing AI tools integrated into the software he uses. Exciting times.
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Software to write ACDC songs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpEVsDN84Hc

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AI created cover of Paul McCartney "performing' Aha's Take On Me. I think the backing track is from an Aha Unplugged performance.


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I use a handful of noise reduction tools that are built around neural networks. Pretty amazing stuff.

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Is AI smart enough to know how to switch off the power and reboot? My HP Design Jet printer can't.
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Uh oh...

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AI music = new youtube poop


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Interestingly a year on I now think AI is the new blockchain, moronic senior managers everywhere are wanting AI added to everything to fix problems that don't exist, but thats ok the massive power and computing costs will be covered by making more developers redundant...
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I think it's more that ChatGPT etc has skewed the story about what it is, what it could be useful for, and how it needs to be implemented. But you have the dual issue of it being sold as a magic box that does everything, so that's what uneducated business people want it to be, so we'll see lots of terrible implementations; but also it's the latest fairy dust that shareholders demand you shoehorn into your product, so there's even more impetus for those bad implementations. But because it's easier for certain people to wrap their heads around "magic box go brrrr" than blockchain was, you'll find it more pervasive, at least for a while, as it uses the same amount of power as small central American countries annually...
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One amusing thing is most of the large language models are close to running out of source material, all that human generated content that they feed upon, things are going to hit the wall very soon…
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The more useful applications will be the ones that are trained on more constrained, better curated sets of source material, then pointed at specific use cases. The more general AI just has too many opportunities to go rogue.
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hamo wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 11:21 pm The more useful applications will be the ones that are trained on more constrained, better curated sets of source material, then pointed at specific use cases. The more general AI just has too many opportunities to go rogue.
Imagine how confused it would be if all you gave it was ACDC albums :rofl:
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jeremyb wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:49 am
hamo wrote: Sun Jul 07, 2024 11:21 pm The more useful applications will be the ones that are trained on more constrained, better curated sets of source material, then pointed at specific use cases. The more general AI just has too many opportunities to go rogue.
Imagine how confused it would be if all you gave it was ACDC albums :rofl:
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