Universal Music Urges Streamers To Block AI Generated Music
Since the use of artificial intelligence has grown, major music industry stakeholders have called on streaming platforms to limit their use of copyrighted songs for “training.” Emerging technology has the ability to collect melodies and lyrics from popular hits and mimic the same music as real artists.
In a letter to streamers such as Spotify and Apple Music, record label Universal Music Group said its AI lab would scrape millions of tracks to use as training data for imitative versions of models and pop stars. expressed concern about
There is growing concern that an AI could compose a song that lyrically resembles Artist A, but has Artist B’s vocals and theme. Several AI-generated samples have gone viral online, including Canadian rapper Drake rapping Rihanna on Ice Spice’s 2022 hit “Munch.” He sang Beyoncé’s Grammy Award for Best R&B Record, “Cuff It,” and even Kanye West sang Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself.”the similarities are amazing
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A UMG spokesperson said in a recent statement, “We are asking artists to prevent unauthorized use of their music and to stop platforms from ingesting content that violates the rights of artists and other creators. We have a moral and commercial responsibility to
T.he growing backlash Universal’s battle with technology follows the massive use of these AI-generated music on Twitter and YouTube in complete bypass of copyright law and consent.
Remember, Jay-Z’s Rock Nation had to take down a hugely popular AI-generated song impersonating his voice on YouTube. Even world-class DJ David Guetta tried the software and Add an AI-generated rap of Eminem For one of his songs – he was smart and got around copyright issues by not releasing the song.
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Some are excited about the immense possibilities AI brings, while others fear it could cause problems for the music industry in the future.
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