Friday, April 19, 2024

Canadian singer Grimes Says Anyone Can Use Her Voice for AI Genrated Song

Grimes, a Canadian singer, stated that she would consent to having her voice be utilised on any song written by artificial intelligence (AI). She has asked musicians to use her voice as a template to write new tracks.

The pop singer, real name Claire Boucher, promised to “split 50% royalties on any successful AI-generated song that uses my voice” in an Instagram post. “I treat every artist I collaborate with the same. Without any restrictions, feel free to utilise my voice, she said

The musician made mention in his article of recent reports that AI was being utilised to mimic Canadian superstars Drake and The Weeknd. The musician made mention in his article of recent reports that AI was being utilised to mimic Canadian superstars Drake and The Weeknd.

Prior to being requested to be taken down by Universal Music Group, which publishes both artists through a subsidiary and released the popular song “Heart On My Sleeve” last Friday, it was temporarily available on services including Spotify and Apple Music.

Grimes is a former partner of Tesla chief Elon Musk, with whom she had two children, including one by a surrogate mother.Musk has called AI a threat to humanity while simultaneously investing in the technology.

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