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AI in music: Ethics, copyright, and creativity

Artificial Intelligence refers to machine learning programs that can mimic anything a human can do. AI in music ranges from inspiration ‘in the style of’ an artist, to voice cloning…

Is AI art as human as it gets? 

As an artist myself, specifically one working toward a degree in design, the inner conflict of seeing and understanding the morality of Artificial Intelligence-produced work blooming into creative industries is…

Over half of University of Edinburgh students use AI to study: The Student investigates

Over half of students use generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a tool whilst studying to help them with their learning and assessment. The Student carried out a survey of University…

Who gets the royalties if an artist is dead?

Royalties are paid to artists when their music deemed their intellectual property is played on radio, television at concerts, bars or even through streaming sites such as Spotify and Apple…

AI Safety Summit recap: Sunak displays more style than substance

A “vanity jamboree’ with ‘two legends in one frame’ facilitated by an ‘eager chat show host’. No, these are not excerpts from that one episode of Graham Norton that saw…

Will AI take meaning away from our lives?

Earlier this week, Rishi Sunak and Elon Musk discussed the future of Artificial Intelligence at Bletchley Park. Whilst reading about it in the paper on Sunday, I felt this odd…

‘Now and Then’: is the new single truly a Beatles’ song?

It’s January 1994, fourteen years after musical legend John Lennon has passed away. His then-wife Yoko Ono gifted Paul McCartney three cassette recordings: an action that would lead to the…

Healthcare’s silent battle: how do AI algorithms affect minorities?

Unless you have been living under a rock, you may be aware that artificial intelligence is growing at a tremendous rate! On the surface level, it seems to be an…