[ExI] Contemporary jargon
atymes at gmail.com
Sun Apr 23 16:19:46 UTC 2023
It does. The music business is a business, involving far more than just
making songs. Currently, human artists have the relationships and deals
necessary to conduct business while most AI artists do not. The exceptions
tend to be treated as products for sale (those AIs neither object to this
nor show the self-awareness necessary to want to object).
This is expected to change eventually. I'm not sure I would describe this
advantage as "fragile", but that is a subjective term. Certainly there may
be AI-generated lyrics sung by AI to an accompaniment of AI-generated music
that appears on some major radio station's Top 10 Weekly or similar within
a decade, which might seem "fragile" compared to it never (or maybe rarely)
having happened before in the history of music over the radio.
On Sun, Apr 23, 2023, 8:48 AM Brent Allsop via extropy-chat <
extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> Does it mean Artists currently have an "edge" over AI, but that is getting
> "fragile" (about to break?)
> On Sun, Apr 23, 2023 at 9:27 AM Ben Zaiboc via extropy-chat <
> extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
>> I've just been reading some websites as you do, and came across this
>> (about the music industry):
>> "AI tracks are about to carve out an industry of their own as the edge
>> artists have on distribution starts getting fragile"
>> And I have no idea what it means!
>> "AI tracks are about to carve out an industry of their own", fine, that
>> makes some sense, even if it's a bit of a strange thing to say, but the
>> Can anyone translate?
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