Artificial intelligence is finding its way into the world of music, literature and art, raising never-before-considered questions about a creator’s role.
A team led by Shigeki Sagayama, professor of mathematical engineering and information physics at Tokyo’s Meiji University, has created software that can compose a melody to accompany any given lyric.
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