Creativity generators - AI in music
AI-written music has won Eurovision contests, computer-generated art is exhibited in galleries, and deep learning systems are even writing films and novels. So when it comes to creativity, do humans still have anything that machines don’t? Jon Whittle speaks to experts and musicians to find out how AI can be used as a tool by artists to push creative boundaries. We’ll learn the difference between how babies learn versus AI and ask whether AI should have legal rights as an inventor.
Everyday AI is a CSIRO podcast. This episode features composer Justin Shave from Uncanny Valley, writer and musician Claire L. Evans, Alison Gopnik, Professor of Psychology and Affiliate Professor of Philosophy at the University of California at Berkeley and Toby Walsh, a leading researcher in Artificial Intelligence.
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