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AI-Generated Music Is About to Flood Streaming Platforms



There are already countless songs on Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud. And as tunes become easier to create, anyone can add to the copyright din.



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An AI Bot Is (Sort of) Running for Mayor in Wyoming

Wyoming’s secretary of state wants the county to reject its candidacy, but the AI bot’s human “meat puppet” says everything is in order. Article Source link and Credit

Worried About AI Killing Art? This App Offers a Refuge—If Its Founder Can Keep the Lights On

Artists are fleeing Meta’s platforms over fears their work will be used to train AI. Photographer Jingna Zhang’s Cara promises protection, but the influx of new users is taxing her niche portfolio app. Article Source link and Credit

There’s an AI Candidate Running for Parliament in the UK

If it wins, “AI Steve” will be represented by businessman Steve Endacott in Parliament. Endacott says he’ll merely be a conduit, and the AI will make the policy decisions. Article Source link and Credit