Do you hear what AI hear?

This time of year, it’s almost impossible to avoid holiday music, from old classics to contemporary pop renditions. But one day, you may find yourself singing new holiday songs…written by a computer. A group of computer scientists at the University of Toronto recently published a paper called “Song From PI: A Musically Plausible Network for Pop Music Generation.” Basically, they created an artificial intelligence system capable of writing pop songs. The researchers loaded more than 100 hours’ worth of music into the system. Then their algorithm analyzed those songs to get a better understanding of how pop music is constructed. The scientists used a type of artificial intelligence known as a “Recurrent Neural Network,” which is organized into different layers. Each layer created a different part of the song: the bottom layers created the…

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