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Pearl Jam Among 200 Artists Calling for Responsible AI Music Practices

demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 88,117




Non-profit organization Artist Rights Alliance has issued an open letter focused on the rise of AI in music, signed by over 200 prominent names in the music industry, including Billie Eilish, Pearl Jam, Greta Van Fleet, Jason Isbell, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj,Elvis Costello, Jon Batiste, and Stevie Wonder.


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    demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 88,117

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    Over 200 artists have signed an open letter warning developers and platforms against using artificial intelligence in music creation. The letter was put together by the @artistrightsalliance which writes, “AI has enormous potential as a tool for human creativity – but when used irresponsibly, it poses an existential threat to our art.” The full letter can be read at artistrightsnow.medium.com.

    #AI #BillieEilish #CamilaCabello #ChappellRoan #ChuckD #Doechii #ElvisCostello #JBalvin #JasonIsbell #KaceyMusgraves #KatyPerry #MacDeMarco #MetroBoomin #NickiMinaj #NoahKahan #PearlJam #QTip #REM #RobertSmith #TheLastDinnerParty #YardAct #ZaynMalik #musicindustry



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    Tim SimmonsTim Simmons Posts: 7,004
    I think there’s a good technological purpose for AI in music in terms of cleaning up old (like old 78s) and audience recordings. 

    But I think this is probably more to prevent labels from satisfying the dopes that just want 1992 Pearl Jam over and over again and knowing that the labels may try to do that. (Not PJ specifically, but probably)
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    Vedd HeddVedd Hedd Posts: 4,526

    Turn this anger into
    Nuclear fission
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