Since a bogus Kendrick Lamar song leaked online, Young Guru has expressed concern over artificial intelligence technology. Fans might probably be amazed by it, but there are certainly alarming aspects in this phenomenon.
On Saturday (February 25), the famed engineer posted a video to Instagram showing a man making a song from scratch using a Kendrick Lamar voice filter.
The man briefly demonstrated how the filter transformed his voice to sound identical to that of K. Dot and then proceeded to record a song that sounded like something the rapper would produce. According to Gu, A.I. voice technology poses numerous risks, particularly if it falls into the wrong hands.
In his caption, the Roc-A-Fella associate encouraged the authorities to act swiftly and enact legislation that would safeguard individuals from the potential hazards posed by this technology.
He said that this topic has dominated his Howard group chat for the past few days. Young Guru added that he is at the point where he can communicate his worries about the current status of AI.
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He added that for a number of years, he has followed as many versions of what AI could achieve as possible.
He also recalled students at MIT showing me a project in which they were actively feeding a computer “All” jazz records ever created soo that artificial intelligence might analyze and compose music in any style by any musician.”
He shared how alarmed he was, saying he did not anticipate arriving this quickly with the voice. Naturally, he was compelled to consider the moral and legal implications of what can be done with tools like Tacotron 2. Add this to the power of ChatGPT, and it becomes clear that the world is in a moment that is both revolutionary and dangerous. Still, he added that it’s not the technology; it’s what man do with the technology.
Fans will certainly agree.
Guru went on to explain that people cannot copyright a voice at this time, which causes a problem with voice-altering technology because anyone can sound like another person and successfully speak their words. He shared that there are legal difficulties since at this present moment because it is still impossible to copyright a voice.
One can copyright a song, or a speech but not the voice itself!!! Anyone can really construct a song or album in your favorite musician’s voice. He added that imagine the impact of this on the music industry and beyond.
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