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Google’s New AI Can Hear a Snippet of Song—And Then Keep on Playing

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MIT Technology Review
October 21, 2022
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Summary

A new technique from Google researchers shows promise for speeding up the process for training AI to generate audio.

AudioLM, developed by Google researchers, generates audiothat fits the style of prompt, including complex sounds like piano music, orpeople speaking, in a way that is almost indistinguishable from the original recording.The technique shows promise for speeding up the process of training AI togenerate audio, and it could eventually be used to auto-generate music toaccompany vidoes.

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