Nick Hedley | AI is coming for our creative side, too


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In a recent blind sampling, an audience of lecturers, students and music fans listened to music created by both AI and a renowned composer, voting on which they thought was human-made. Shockingly, the crowd picked the AI version, says Nick Hedley.

Artificial intelligence (AI) was supposed to give us more time for hobbies and creativity by taking over the mundane tasks we don’t really want to do anyway. At least that’s the dream the tech bros sold us when they were preparing to shove it down our throats.

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