If artificial intelligence was to be a major protagonist in 2022, as announcements like MusicLM confirm, on the other hand, we could already expect, and that is 2023 promises to be pretty similar in this regard., What’s more, the impact of new artificial intelligence launches may not be as high-profile as last year, as something common to the general public is starting to happen, but with a whole lot of security. We will see more such new developments in 2023 than in 2022,
ChatGPT’s success (if you haven’t tried it yet, we’ll tell you how to do it here) has a lot to do with it, although the photo would be incomplete if it didn’t also include all the artificial intelligence that brings text into the equation. produces images from, such as the DALL-E 2, which we learned about over the past year. And of course, these are only the most recent developments, but they are based on a substrate that has been in place for decades, and that has now reached a decent degree of maturity.
What is each technological revolution usually associated with?emergence of new companies Dedicated to these novelties, while the oldest, which are more established in other markets, must try to compete with the “new”. This, again, brings us to ChatGPT or, to be more precise, OpenAI, the company behind this AI, and how with its products, it has forced other technology companies to step on the accelerator. MusicML is a clear example of this and how Google is in a complicated but interesting position.
In his statement about ChatGPT, Yann LeCun mentioned Google as a company closely related to innovation in artificial intelligence, and he was absolutely right, the problem is that the search engine company has not given much visibility to its progress and technologies in this regard. However, it seems that this is about to change and, although the most relevant announcements in this regard are expected for Google I/O 2023, for now we already have an interesting development MusicLM, an artificial intelligence capable of generating musical compositions from text details,
The company has published paper, which you can download for free from here and in addition, it has published a comprehensive list of examples that allow us to verify the effectiveness of MusicML. We’ve seen other services for generating music based on artificial intelligence before, but from what we can see in the examples, it looks like we have the most advanced development of this type to date.
Google has decided, yes, at least for now, not to launch it as a service. Trained with 280,000 hours of recordings, those responsible fear the same thing we’ve seen in other types of AI before, the risk that AI might incorporate copyrighted material into its creations, an interesting sign that The debate that has arisen around artificial intelligence of image generation transcends many other creative fields.