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    Robot-pianist WABOT-2mk II, first version was developed in 1985

    Published on Jan 25, 2018

    WAseda roBOT - WABOT-2mk II is humanoid robot created in Waseda University as a part of research work for building service robotics systems.

  2. #42

    Music meets AI

    Published on Apr 25, 2018

    Can AI help a multi-platinum music producer discover the perfect artist for his collaboration? Watch and see as IBM embarks on an exciting and unprecedented journey, partnering with Spotify and music producer Alex da Kid. Hear from the key players at the forefront of AI, data science and music, and get a preview of the single "Go.”

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    Editing music in videos using AI

    Published on Jul 5, 2018

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    April 22, 2014

    "Orquesta Robotica" (Robotic Orchestra) is a workshop which is regularly given on ESPACIO Fundacion Telefonica in Lima, Peru. It's first edition was given on March 29th in the context of the Arduino Day, an event happening simultaneously in cities all over the world for the celebration of Arduino's 10th anniversary.
    Robotic Orchestra is a workshop aimed for young people in which they learn to program musical sequences with three different robots: The Percutive one, The Monochord one, and The Xylofone one.

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    DeepMind's AI learns the piano from the masters of the past

    Published on Jul 29, 2018

    The paper "The challenge of realistic music generation: modelling raw audio at scale" is available here

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    Article "How AI-generated music is changing the way hits are made"
    The Future of Music, episode 2

    by Dani Deahl
    August 31, 2018

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    Making music and sound art with smart speakers - Singing With Machines

    Published on Nov 25, 2018

    ‘Singing with Machines’ is a spin-off of our Talking With Machines work, which aims to investigate new experiences using ‘smart speaker’ devices such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home,

    These experiments were concerned specifically with how these devices can be used for new ways of creating, enjoying, and disseminating music and sound art. We have been working collaboratively with musicians and sound artists to explore this which enables us to explore the technologies and platforms on which these devices operate, giving us insights into how they work, which can be more generally useful.

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    Abbey Road RED is hacking the future of the music industry

    Published on Jan 10, 2019

    Nearly 100 participants from around Europe and the US spent 36 hours in Abbey Road’s legendary Studio One, working on ways to transform the music industry as part of the inaugural Abbey Road RED Hackathon. Microsoft AI specialists helped teams set up, access, and understand APIs, including Facial Recognition, Sentiment Analysis, Speech to Text, and more.

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    Can a computer write a hit musical?

    Published on Jan 14, 2019

    In a world becoming ever more technologically advanced, and reliant upon computers, a team of scientists and musical theatre writers team up to devise a recipe for success in musical theatre and then task computers to use that knowledge and generate a hit. Will they succeed?

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