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MEPs To Vote On AI Facial Recognition Ban

“Big Brother”, real time facial technology, might soon be scrapped as members of the European Parliament voted on the ban.

EU’s Proposed AI Act Could Have Major Impact on Music Industry

The European Union (EU) is proposing a new law to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). The Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) aims to "strengthen Europe's position as a global hub of excellence in AI from the lab to the market, ensure that AI in Europe respects our values and rules, and harness the potential of AI for industrial use." The AIA could have a significant impact on the music industry.

Update: Ed Sheeran Defends Himself Against Copyright Infringement Claims In Court

On Monday, Ed Sheeran took the stand during his copyright infringement trial, where he was being sued by the estate of one of Marvin Gaye's co-writers.

The End of an Era? Rap Artists Can Now Rap About Murder, Drugs, and Sex Without Getting Arrested

In a move that will surely be met with joy by rappers everywhere, the US House of Representatives has passed the Restoring Artistic Protection Act (RAP Act). This landmark legislation will finally put an end to the ridiculous practice of using rap lyrics as evidence in criminal cases.

Universal Music Group CEO Freaks Out About AI Music, Fears Drake Will Be Replaced by a Toaster Oven

Robot and toaster oven uprising freaks out Universal Music Group's CEO Lucien Grainge while bragging about earnings.

Chat GPT Pisses Off German Creators, Hopes To Be Forgiven With A Virtual Apology Card

In an open letter addressed to EU policymakers, the German authors and performers emphasized the need for regulations that ensure AI is developed and used ethically, without infringing on the rights of creators.

Universal Declares War On AI-Generated Music

Universal Music Group has declared war on AI-generated music that it believes has been created using commercial music without a license. The major label has sent emails to music streaming services, asking them to stop giving access to their music catalogue to developers who use it to train AI technology, according to the Financial Times.

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