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Just for a laugh
I asked ChatGPT... What will happen to the music industry once AI is Normalized?
Here is what I got:
Once AI becomes normal, the music industry will undergo significant changes in terms of production, distribution, and consumption of music. AI algorithms can analyze massive amounts of data and generate new music compositions, which could result in an influx of new artists and Genres. Furthermore, AI can help in the curation of playlists and personalized music recommendations, enhancing the user experience.
Artificial Intelligence can also prove useful for predicting trends, analyzing consumer preferences, and optimizing pricing models. These changes could drastically alter the traditional business models within the music industry, leading to a shift in the balance of power between labels, streaming platforms, and artists.
Additionally, AI may also make it difficult for human musicians and performers to stand out. However, it is essential to note that while AI can create music, it cannot replicate the emotional depth and creativity that is unique to the human experience. Therefore, even with the rise of AI in the music industry, there will always be a demand for human-created music as well.
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I've been on a search to learn more about AI and how it's going to affect the world. I'm noticing AI bots registering here and posting ridiculous comments. My email client has correction software installed and it's somewhat cool but what I don't like about all of this is how it will affect individual uniqueness. One can only imagine what The Beatles would have thought of CHATGPT.
Strange world we are headed towards. Can't say I'm at all enthused with an AI way to teach and correct our children.
I used to love computers. I made a living using drum machines and samplers back in the 80s but one day woke up to how I innocently contributed to the demise of live music. The tools I used to make a living put me and thousands of others all out of business.
I get the concept that we evolve with the times but I don't think AI is going to make better musicians, better artists. AI is manipulating us all to fit into a well-managed and controlled society.