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“Either you learn, or others are going to do it and they will tear you apart.”

“Either you learn or others are going to do it and they will tear you apart.” Music looks on with concern for AI disruption to the rest of the arts

“The musicians see that the sky is very cloudy and we are happy that it is not raining yet,” says Berto Rojo, composer and bassist of Nina Polaca. The spectacular disruption of applications created with artificial intelligence in artistic or cultural fields such as illustration, photography, video, writing or education creates a strange uneasiness in the world of music: will the same thing happen to us? Think about the cast and the producers.

Rojo is interested in innovation and already uses non-productive software in his artistic work, for example to improve models. But he believes the great music disruptor has not yet erupted: “It’s early. It’s very different for an AI to understand an image than a song, a song carries a lot more information. We’re still are a long way from being able to tell AI ‘make me a Madonna song like Chopin played it on the piano,'” he says.

By World Nation News Desk
https://worldnationnews.com/either-you-learn-or-others-are-going-to-do-it-and-they-will-tear-you-apart-music-looks-on-with-concern-for-ai-disruption-to-the-rest-of-the-arts/

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