Grimes can imagine using her voice for AI-based songs

In an Instagram post, the 35-year-old songwriter and producer said she would treat an AI-generated hit like she would a collaboration with any other artist.

Grimes can imagine using her voice for AI-based songs

In an Instagram post, the 35-year-old songwriter and producer said she would treat an AI-generated hit like she would a collaboration with any other artist. She has "no label and no legal obligations" to third parties, record companies or distributors, said the singer and ex-partner of US billionaire Elon Musk, with whom she has two children.

The versatile AI application ChatGPT from the US start-up OpenAI is currently causing fundamental changes in many areas. Musk co-founded OpenAI in 2015 but left the company in 2018. OpenAI's ever-improving generative AI has fueled debate over whether the software respects intellectual property.

Most recently, Musk announced the launch of his own AI-based program, TruthGPT, but at the same time described artificial intelligence as a threat to humanity that has "the potential to destroy civilization". You can ultimately decide to "wipe out people".

Large corporations such as Google, Microsoft and Meta have been working on AI programs for years, for example for translations, search queries and targeted advertisements. In the music industry, however, the use of AI is highly controversial: some praise their abilities, others denounce any copyright infringement.

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