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According to recent news, Canadian Musician Grimes is collaborating with AI-generated music and wants a 50% royalty split on any successful AI-generated song that uses her voice, she announced on Twitter. She highlights that she is willing to be a guinea pig for the new technology.
The rising artificial intelligence-generated art of Swift has shaken creatives across various industries. At the same time, others underlined the copyright infringement issues in AI-generated art. However, all artists are not against AI fusion and their copyrights.
- Grimes is collaborating with AI-generated music and wants a 50% royalty split on any successful AI-generated song that uses her voice.
- Grimes has no binding label and supports open-sourcing art, and wants to be a “guinea pig” for the technology.
- Universal Music Group assesses catalogs for learning purposes, Grimes tweeted about AI-generated tracks by Drake and The Weeknd.
- Grimes sees AI-generated songs as a partnership with an artist and finds it cool to merge with machines.
- Grimes created a voice simulation program with a team of developers, which will be available publicly.
Majestic NFT Creations took to Twitter and made an announcement that Grimes, the Canadian musician, made an announcement on Twitter to raise her voice in support of AI-generated Music.
Moreover, Canadian producer and musician Grimes made an announcement on Twitter regarding the AI fusion. She said that she’d treat all the AI creators the same as the other partnering artist by utilizing her voice.
Moreover, she said that on any successful AI-generated song that uses her voice, she wants to break 50% of royalties.
Further, she said she has no binding and label to any major entity in the music industry, as these binding results in issues regarding IP rights. Additionally, she favors killing copyright, which is an open-sourcing art.
And finds it cool to fuse on the machine. Furthermore, she is curious about what the creators do with the technology. Moreover, she wants to be a Guinea pig.
Mr Legend Crypto took to Twitter and announced the splitting of 50% royalties by the Canadian musician named Grimes with AI-generated Music. Furthermore, wants to be a “guinea pig” of the new technology.
Grime posted an article on the AI-generated Tracks of Drake and Weekend in her first tweet, about which everyone is talking online. Universal Music Group, the music industry gigantic, sent an e-mail to all the major streaming services on 13 April. The reason behind this is to assess the catalogs for learning purposes.
Strawberry NG News took to Twitter and made an announcement about the Grimes tweet. She said she serves AI-generated songs like a partnership with an artist. This collaboration is traditionally based, and it is cool for her to merge with machines.
The company highlights that it won’t hesitate to do what is necessary for the artist it represents and to protect his rights.
In another statement, Grimes reveals her creation of a voice simulation program. She creates this program by working with a team of developers. In this way, it will be available publicly.
Let’s see the concerns related to AI-generated Music. However, AI-generated deep fakes utilizing individuals’ voices and image results in major issues. These issues involve ethical concerns and headaches.
By utilizing AI, the German tabloid generates a fake interview with Michael Schumacher, a former Formula One driver. After the revelation of reports to Google employees about their forthcoming AI chatbot worries, concerns are circulating in the companies to produce the technology.