Monday, July 8, 2024

Artificial Intelligence Music Companies Get Sued

Article: Training AI music models is about to get very expensive - MIT Technology Review

Artificial Intelligence Music could be taking a hit as Suno and Udio, two leading AI music startups that make tools to generate complete songs from a prompt in seconds, were sued by major record labels. Sony Music, Warner Music Group, and Universal Music Group claim the companies made use of copyrighted music in their training data “at an almost unimaginable scale,” allowing the AI models to generate songs that “imitate the qualities of genuine human sound recordings.”

What effect this will have on AI Music is left to be seen. But, as in many legal actions like this, it could essentially serve as a way to leverage an agreeement with the AI Music companies on licensing fees.

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