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Coconet: Bach AI
The machine learning model behind the Google doodle
bach  music  ai  google  coconet  tootme 
14 minutes ago by nelson
RT : is a team sport says in Plus, you need to manage deployment in test and production, col…
keynote  DWS19  AI  from twitter
1 hour ago by aratob
A genderless voice
Why does AI interfaces need a gendered voice. Enter a 3rd option Q.
audio  podcast  ai  tech 
1 hour ago by ethernick
AI and Machine Learning Invade a New York Art Gallery - The Atlantic
The images are huge and square and harrowing: a form, reminiscent of a face, engulfed in fiery red-and-yellow currents; a head emerging from a cape collared with glitchy feathers, from which a shape suggestive of a hand protrudes; a heap of gold and scarlet mottles, convincing as fabric, propping up a face with grievous, angular features. These are part of “Faceless Portraits Transcending Time,” an exhibition of prints recently shown at the HG Contemporary gallery in Chelsea, the epicenter of New York’s contemporary-art world. All of them were created by a computer.
Machine  Learning  art  AI 
1 hour ago by ftofani
Coconet: the ML model behind today’s Bach Doodle
Coconet is trained to restore Bach’s music from fragments: we take a piece from Bach, randomly erase some notes, and ask the model to guess the missing notes from context. The result is a versatile model of counterpoint that accepts arbitrarily incomplete scores as input and works out complete scores. This setup covers a wide range of musical tasks, such as harmonizing melodies, creating smooth transitions, rewriting and elaborating existing music, and composing from scratch.
music  google  ai  bach 
3 hours ago by terry
Magenta – Google AI
We develop new deep learning and reinforcement learning algorithms for generating songs, images, drawings, and other materials. But it's also an exploration in building smart tools and interfaces that allow artists and musicians to extend (not replace!) their processes using these models.
google  ai  music  art 
3 hours ago by terry
Google's first AI-powered Doodle is a piano duet with Bach
Starting on March 21st, you'll be able to play with the interactive Doodle, which will prompt you to compose a two-measure melody or pick one of the pre-existing choices. When you press the "Harmonize" button, it will use machine learning to give you a version of your melody that sounds like it was composed by Bach himself.
music  google  ai  bach 
3 hours ago by terry
Top story: Oculus Rift S will debut soon as $400 sequel to the PC-based Rift VR headset | Ventu…
VR  MR  SL  AI  AR  from twitter
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