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The uncertainty and technology . When it comes to music, the future looks brighter than ever. Innovation is at an all-time high as technologies develop and evolve quickly in order to keep up with music trends. Competing services such as streaming services are raising the bar of expectations, allowing anyone from anywhere to access new kinds of music faster than ever before. With a larger selection of legitimate listening options people can easily dive deeper into authentic, original music.
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The Pitfalls of AI in Music: Why It’s Not the Future You Think

Recently, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in music has gained popularity. Using AI to create music promises to streamline the music-making process and revolutionize the music industry. But is it really the future of music? In this blog, we will critically examine these AI-generated music and the impact it will create in the music industry.

1. Lack of Creativity: Creativity is a fundamental element in the music industry, and it is what separates one artist from another. AI-generated music, on the other hand, lacks this fundamental element. While the algorithm can create music based on certain input parameters, it cannot replicate creativity because creativity stems from the human experience. It's like comparing an original Van Gogh painting to a reproduction. You can copy it, but it will never have the same nuanced brush strokes and feeling of the original piece.

2. Lack of Emotions: Music has always been a means of expressing emotion. The beauty of music is that it allows us to connect and feel emotions that cannot be put into words. AI-generated music lacks the ability to incorporate emotions into the composition. It can produce melodies, beats, and rhythms, but it will never be able to reflect and convey the emotional depth that human-made music can.

3. Lack of Cultural Context: Music has always been significantly influenced by cultural context. AI-generated music, however, lacks the ability to replicate cultural nuances and society's reflection that is often found in human-created music. Music is an expression of society's culture, values, and traditions, and AI lacks the ability to reflect that.

4. Inability to Adapt: Music has always been able to evolve with time. It has continuously adapted to reflect societal changes and technological advancements. But AI-generated music lacks the natural ability to evolve to reflect these changes. It can produce music based on input parameters, but it cannot adapt and evolve as humans have.

5. Threats to the Industry: The music industry is already struggling to survive, and AI-generated music has the potential to further damage the industry. If AI-generated music became the norm, it would lead to the displacement of music industry professionals such as composers, musicians, and producers. It would also dilute the authenticity of the music industry and lead to a homogenization of the global music landscape.

While the use of AI-generated music may seem like a promising idea, it lacks the human element of music that is essential to the music industry. Music is a living art form that can evoke emotions and inspire people to make real-life changes. By relying solely on AI-generated music, we are robbing ourselves of the beauty and emotional depth that comes with human-made music. In conclusion, it’s clear that AI is not the future of music.
Tag: Ai music, future of the music, artificial intelligence, Creativity
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In France, in 1899 Jean-Marc Côté and other artists drew and published a series of etchings that portray the world and the technology in the year 2000. Weird, nice and interesting, they show us how, one hundred years ago, a group of dreamers used to imagine our daily reality. From mechanical barbers to seagull fishing, fantasy lets us dwell into a visionary vortex, the same vortex that led Matrix’s directors and authors to melting shreds of Western philosophy, a brain in a vat and Platonism, in order to give us a glimpse of our future. See you in a hundred years!
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