Robots in Music

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  1. Sid

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    Thanks for the video, it looks like he's doing some interesting stuff.
     
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    I worked on those robots myself, the stage he has gotten to now in simulating creativity is really cutting edge. Almost scary to an extent. The thing to keep in mind is, robots are like beginner musician kids, except very few people really know how to teach them. So getting them close to a human standard of music is a tremondous achievement.
     
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    Let me take a break from the clouds...

    hated it....

    but I'll be long dead when the millennials grandkids are brains floating in a jar while the machines do all the "creating".

    Impressive machine work, however.
     
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    thats another perspective sure:)

    It's not so much about the music, but in getting robots to create....and its not as far as you think

    analogical to boston dynamics getting a robot to walk, sure walking is not impressive, btu getting a robot to walk, well thats a whole other paradigm
     

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