British singer Sting predicted on Thursday that artists would engage in a “battle” to defend their work from confrontation The use of artificial intelligence in the music industry.
The 71-year-old ex-Police singer said in an interview with BBC C” British that “the building blocks of music belong to us humans. And there will be a battle that we will all have to fight in the coming years, which is to defend our human capital against artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence is used to recreate the works of famous musicians. Fake works of artists such as Eminem, Drake, The Weeknd and Oasis were created using artificial intelligence.
Sting noted that “tools are useful,” but he believed that humans had to control them, as ” Machines cannot be allowed to take over, care must be taken.”
And the artist added, before receiving the highest awards of the “Ivor Academy” for music, on Thursday, that this technique “ It may work in the field of electronic music. But for songs that express feelings, I don’t think I will be affected.
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