Google’s art machine composes its first song from 4 notes

Steve Pak | Jun 04, 2016 08:10 AM EDT Google Magenta Logo (Photo : Twitter) Google’s machine learning program just used artificial intelligence (AI) to launch its first piece of human art. The 90-second piano song was written through Magenta’s neural network that was provided with four notes for writing a musical melody. Drums and orchestra were added after the AI’s algorithm developed by the tech giant’s Brain Team wrote the piece.   Like Us on Facebook This was the first product made by Google’s Magenta program. The goal of the machine learning system announced last week at the music, art and tech festival Moogfest is to create music and art. Google also posted a new blog post that describes Magenta’s goals and its broader artistic objectives. Magenta hopes to…

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