The future of AI music is Magenta

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Music seems to be one of the fields that, at a surface level at least, AI just can’t seem to penetrate. AI is rapidly taking over so many fields, and there’s huge progress in music too! There are so many awesome developments (check out the app Transformer) and progress is moving at a breakneck pace. So what’s the problem? Why aren’t these being used? There are so many creative tools that would be amazing for any composer, but musicians just aren’t! Despite some imperfections, these tools provide huge amounts of creative material; but there’s simply no one to use it. How can…...

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Dron Hazra Hi! I'm Dron, and I'm a passionate young innovator part of The Knowledge Society. The Knowledge Society is a WEF School of the Future which provides Olympic-level training for the CEOs, innovators and thought leaders of tomorrow. I'm super interested in artificial intelligence and its applications, like in music. I've helped solve problems for Sidewalk Labs - an Alphabet company working on urban innovation - and Kidogo, a social enterprise providing low-cost childcare for Early Childhood Development (ECD) in the slums of Nairobi.