Music makers can enjoy an A.I. Duet
Google’s latest artificial intelligence experiment is a music-playing piano bot that digests whatever keyboard melodies you give it and tries to respond in kind. The neat tool is called AI Duet, and it’s part of an ongoing push from Google’s Creative Lab division to help the public familiarize themselves with AI and all the ways it can mimic human behavior — and even create art. A collection of music-focused AI tools were first shown off last fall, but now AI Duet in particular has been made available to the public. AI Duet is an artificial piano player AI Duet works by taking the notes you play using your computer’s keyboard and running it through a neural network that has been trained using machine learning with scores of examples.... Continue reading…
Fri 17 Feb 17 from TechXplore
Last year, Google released a 90-second piano melody created by Magenta, an open-source project that uses the TensorFlow AI engine to try and produce art and music. Now, members of the public ...
Fri 17 Feb 17 from Techspot
You don't need to be a musician to try it out.
Thu 16 Feb 17 from CNET Cutting Edge
Thu 16 Feb 17 from The Verge
When Google tries to educate public about its AI research, it often releases tools that playfully explain the grittier, technical corners of artificial intelligence. Like, say, neural ...
Thu 16 Feb 17 from Engadget
Thu 16 Feb 17 from Gizmodo
Google today launched a fun new machine learning experiment: A.I. Duet. This new web-based experiment lets you play melodies on your computer’s keyboard (or a supported MIDI keyboard ...
Thu 16 Feb 17 from TechCrunch
Google's latest trick in machine learning is a bot that adds accompaniment to your piano playing.
Thu 16 Feb 17 from Techradar
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