Artificial Intelligence music generators are the biggest challenge for musicians in 2023. Nowadays, it’s absolutely possible to make an Eminem song without Eminem involved to it and it’s becoming headache for music creators day by day.
Artificial intelligence tools that generate text, images and music are moving art into new territory — and that’s raising tricky questions for the business of creativity.
For early adopters like Insider, the publication that this week announced an experiment with A.I.-aided articles, the new tools promise more efficient content creation. But for many artists, and the businesses that own their work, generative A.I. is a double threat. These systems can produce copycats of human works that dilute the market, and they use artists’ production, without their permission, as training data.
Some see that as stealing intellectual property: Universal Music Group recently told music streaming platforms, including Spotify and Apple Music, to block A.I. systems from scraping its music.
As an example of A.I. generated music, we use Eminem’s case. In the video below, you can check out The Slim Shady LP era, The Marshall Mathers LP 2 era, Relapse era and Music To Be Murdered By era Eminem created by artificial intelligence.