Artificial intelligence and music ecosystem

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Routledge,, Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom ; New York, NY, United States, p.x, 184 pages : (2023)

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(OCoLC)fst00817247, (OCoLC)fst01030395, (OCoLC)fst01030408, (OCoLC)fst01030444, (OCoLC)fst01030490, Artificial intelligence., fast, Moral and ethical aspects., Music, Music and technology., Philosophy and aesthetics., Social aspects.


"A Focal Press book"--Cover.Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction -- The Future / Interview with Jacques Attali -- AI music -- On the Meaning of Music: Music is a language without a dictionary / David Cope -- The Developer -- What do music software developers do? / Miller Puckette -- The Student -- Shortcuts Guide To Music Theory / Artur Osipov -- The Artist -- Interview with Holly Herndon -- Robotics -- Fast and Curious : A CNN for Ethical Deep Learning Musical Generation / Richard Savery & Gil Weinberg -- Extended Reality -- Music in Immersive XR Environments : The Possibilities (and Approaches) for (AI) / Gareth W. Young & Aljosa Smolic -- Data -- A Quantified Quickening : Data, AI and the Consumption and Composition of Music / Jennifer Edmond -- Law- You Can Call Me Hal : AI & Music IP / Martin Clancy -- Ethics -- Whose Ethics? Approaches to a Equitable and Sustainable Music Ecosystem / Martin Clancy -- Global Ethics -- From Philosophy to Practice A Culturally Informed Ethics of Music AI in Asia -- Rujing Stacy Huang, Andre Holzapfel & Bob L. T. Sturm -- Start-ups -- AI : Why I Care / Mick Kiely -- Music Industry / Interview with Scott Cohen -- Philosophy -- Amor Fati : A Theoretical Model of the Music Ecosystem / Martin Clancy"Artificial Intelligence and Music Ecosystem highlights the opportunities and rewards associated with the application of AI in the creative arts. Featuring an array of voices, including interviews with Jacques Attali, Holly Herndon and Scott Cohen, this book offers interdisciplinary approaches to pressing ethical and technical questions associated with AI. Considering the perspectives of developers, students and artists, as well as the wider themes of law, ethics and philosophy, Artificial Intelligence and Music Ecosystem is an essential introduction for anyone interested in the impact of AI on music, including those studying and working in the creative arts"--