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Major record labels are going after AI-generated songs, arguing copyright infringement. Legal experts say the approach is far from straightforward.
Audius, the largest decentralized music community and discovery platform for artists and their fans, today announced that it will enable artists and labels on its platform to opt-in to allow interactions with AI-generated tracks uploaded by other artists and fans.
As AI music becomes more accessible and popular, it has become the center of a cultural debate. AI creators defend the technology as a way to make music more accessible, while many music industry professionals and other critics accuse creators of copyright infringement and cultural appropriation.
There are some of the novel IP issues that AI has brought to the forefront.
Guy Oseary and Ashton Kutcher-led Sound Ventures launches $240m artificial intelligence investment fund
Sound Ventures, led by actor Ashton Kutcher, talent manager Guy Oseary and Effie Epstein, plans to invest in what it calls “category-defining” artificial intelligence businesses.
A radio station recently did an experiment where AI took over for 13 hours of programming, featuring 'voice clones' and scripts written by ChatGPT.
Madelynn Elyse Of Shark Attack Records On How To Cultivate Connection & Community In A Click to Connect World
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