WAVs AI is the latest AI-music startup to raise funding – $20m in its case. It’s a directory of AI music from… familiar-sounding artists.
Music rightsholders have been clear about their desire for musical-AI developers to seek licences if they’re training on commercial music.
That AI should hog the limelight at Sónar +D, Barcelona festival Sónar’s “international congress” of music and technology, is no surprise.
US-based PRO ASCAP has announced some of its plans to explore AI, including events, some principles and a startup lab.
A ‘new’ Beatles track will be released later in 2023, although it’s actually an old song. Sir Paul McCartney revealed the news this morning.
If you’re a music industry exec wanting a bracing start to your week, look no further than the latest musical AI model… built by Meta.
AI music startup Boomy has taken steps to show what it described in a blog post as “our commitment to industry health”.
UK-based audio search and detection startup Figaro wants to help streaming services to deal with the nuanced challenges of AI-generated music.
Pixelynx’s latest project, Korus, sees it exploring AI music, including its opportunities for human musicians
Deezer has promised to identify and detect AI-generated content on its service, but the plans raise plenty of questions.
“I am here to bring the good news,” wrote Marc Andreessen, the veteran entrepreneur and venture capital investor, in his latest blog post.
An organisation representing some of the world’s biggest news publishers and broadcasters has outlined some principles for generative AI.