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AI Music: Duelling against a Robot Piano!

If music be the food of love, AI. We talk to Professor Steve Benford about robots playing music. The panel guests are Stuart Middleton, Alan Chamberlain and Paurav Shukla. This Podcast was recorded on 11th March 2021 00:34 Paurav Shukla00:41  Stuart Middleton 00:55 Alan Chamberlain01:05 Alan's music & visuals on YouTube 01:10 Sean Riley01:35 Living With AI Theme: Weekend in Tattoine by Unicorn Heads (YouTube)01:55 Facebook Algorithm trained on Instagram photos (BBC)03:15 Facebook's SEER03:59: OpenAI’s state-of-the-art machine vision AI is fooled by handwritten notes (The Verge)07:55 AI conquers challenge of 1980s platform games (Nature) (BBC)13:00 Steve Benford13:45 Art Codes13:50 Blogging Guitar 15:55 Tonedexter (Audio Sprockets)18:30 Robot Marimba Player Shimon (The Verge) 20:15 Maria Kallionpää (Soundcloud)20:20 Disklavier Piano (Yamaha)22:40 "Climb"- Disklavier Piano Project University of Nottingham25:40 "Kein Operationsplan reicht mit einiger Sicherheit über das erste Zusammentreffen mit der feindlichen Hauptmacht hinaus" Helmuth von Moltke the Elder - Chief of Staff of the Prussian General Staff from 1857 to 1871 (wikiquote) Roughly translated: "No plan survives first contact with the enemy" 34:21 Whiplash (Internet Movie Database) 35:00 Nottingham's TAShub Node41:40 Living With AI - Robots in the Home / Discussing Empathy @ 37min 30secs46:20 CORRECTION: Michael Jackson said this about "Billy Jean" not "Beat It" (Wikipedia) 01:00:40 The Beatles in India (Wikipedia)01:00:43 Paul Simon - Graceland album inspired by South African street music (Wikipedia) 01:00:46 Led Zeppelin Kashmir - Moroccon influences (Wikipedia)01:03:45 Unicorn AI (Computerphile) www.tas.ac.uk 

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This podcast digs into key issues that arise when building, operating, and using machines and apps that are powered by artificial intelligence. We look at industry, homes and cities. AI is increasingly being used to help optimise our lives, making software and machines faster, more precise, and generally easier to use. However, they also raise concerns when they fail, misuse our data, or are too complex for the users to understand their implications. Set up by the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub this podcast brings in experts in the field from Industry & Academia to discuss Robots in Space, Driverless Cars, Autonomous Ships, Drones, Covid-19 Track & Trace and much more. If you have any questions or suggestions for future topics, please email us at contact@tas.ac.uk - You can find out more on our website at www.tas.ac.uk#LWAIP #TASHub