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Re: The Future Of AI In The Music Business

Post by Len911 » Tue Apr 30, 2019 9:48 am

When you think about it, Artificial intelligence is an oxymoron. I mean, how do you fake intelligence? Maybe they mean artificial creativity?? :lol: If there even is such a thing. :?

artificial-made by human skill; produced by humans (opposed to natural): artificial flowers. artificial intelligence is made by machines that are made by man, as opposed to natural human intelligence. Maybe it's the art in artificial? Even so, how
can they equivocate creativity to intelligence in the machine sense?
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Re: The Future Of AI In The Music Business

Post by Len911 » Tue Apr 30, 2019 5:32 pm

AI, intelligence, how the brain works, how memory works, how computers work, and how the metaphor of the computer works like a brain, or how a brain works like a computer metaphors...
I recently watched a lecture by a neuroscientist proclaiming that we still don't know how memory works, and how the limbic system is probably a large part of the solution, I don't remember though who it was or how to retrieve it.

but I did find this article https://aeon.co/essays/your-brain-does- ... a-computer
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Re: The Future Of AI In The Music Business

Post by shoodBworkin » Wed May 01, 2019 4:20 am

All I recall about memory from school is that short-term memory is an electrical process and long-term memory is a chemical process. But that was years ago. Advances in science may have caused revision of that conclusion, I dunno

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Re: The Future Of AI In The Music Business

Post by shoodBworkin » Wed May 01, 2019 4:27 am

Fascinating "Empty Brain" article. re baseball, I often wonder, when a pitcher is throwing a 95mph fastball, when does the batter decide if he's gonna swing or not? Muscle-memory? I used to sit behind home plate and watch Ty Stofflet pitch and I couldn't even SEE the ball. He used to warm up by striking out batters from second base.

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Re: The Future Of AI In The Music Business

Post by Len911 » Wed May 01, 2019 4:44 am

shoodBworkin wrote:
Wed May 01, 2019 4:27 am
Fascinating "Empty Brain" article. re baseball, I often wonder, when a pitcher is throwing a 95mph fastball, when does the batter decide if he's gonna swing or not? Muscle-memory? I used to sit behind home plate and watch Ty Stofflet pitch and I couldn't even SEE the ball. He used to warm up by striking out batters from second base.
:lol: It's probably a number of things including muscle memory, pitcher stats, third base coach giving signals, catcher position?? The announcers always seem to be guessing which pitch is coming up. In little league, they always said keep your eye on the ball.
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Re: The Future Of AI In The Music Business

Post by shoodBworkin » Wed May 01, 2019 6:00 am

I guess you're right on all of that. Coaches can see the catcher's set-up and signal the batter just so . . . I love baseball lol offtopic I hate the DH :lol:

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Re: The Future Of AI In The Music Business

Post by Len911 » Wed May 01, 2019 8:09 am

I don't know, sports isn't my strong suite, I know very little.
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Re: The Future Of AI In The Music Business

Post by shoodBworkin » Thu May 02, 2019 4:47 am

Designated Hitter is just a dumb American League rule. Back to music, some say “We don’t have to be afraid of AI taking our job, what’s important is to figure out how to take advantage of AI’s capabilities and use them to enhance our own creativity." Others wonder if this outfit could "through its affordability and convenience, put composers of incidental music out of work?" I guess time will tell

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