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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.

Grimes Invites AI To Clone Her Voice, Finally Finding Someone Who Wants To Sound Like Her

Grimes is at it again! The pop singer, who apparently has a real name but who cares, is inviting musicians to clone her voice using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create new songs. Because why collaborate with actual human beings when you can fuse with a machine, forcing singers everywhere to ask: 'Wait, who's Grimes?'"

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.

Google CEO ON AI: “We Need To Adapt As A Society For It”

During an interview last night with CBS’ “60 Minutes,” Google and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai expressed concern over the rapid development of artificial intelligence and warned that every product of every company will be impacted by it.

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.

Proposed US Bill Could Be Manna From Heaven For The Music Industry

A new bipartisan bill making its way through Congress could send music pirates to prison for 20 years and a $1 million fine.

AI Evolution: A Speeding Bullet That Legal Frameworks Can’t Dodge

The speed of AI evolution poses challenges for legal frameworks. The courts are struggling to keep up with the pace of technological change and the U.S. Copyright Office just launched a new initiative to examine the copyright law and policy issues raised by artificial intelligence (AI).

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