AI and the future of music

Last night’s 60 minutes featured a deep look at Google’s new AI program BARD. Frightening, yet compelling.

It got me thinking, if their AI has already read everything on the internet, and can create verse, stories, etc in seconds…What could it do for music?

‘Hey , BARD create a new Beatles like song from the Rubber Soul era, but have Paul Rodgers and Jack Bruce singing”.

“Hey BARD, create a song that will melt the heart of my new girlfriend”.


your ideas?


I had a good friend who was an engineer for one of the commerical radio stations in S.F.

He operated a pirate station for a couple years off and on, broadcasting from his home in the Richmond district, where I also lived.

We hung out in the same coffee shop and got to talking, and we both had telescopes of fairly good calibre (mine is a 6" russian Mak-Newt). So we did a couple of viewing events at his place.

Anyway in the coffee shop one day, talking about astronomy and chances of life in the Universe, he stated there were definitely aliens. He said they were already on the planet. I asked which cities, he said all major cities. I asked if S.F.? He said yes. I asked where are they. He said amongst us. I asked: in this coffee shop right now? He said yes.

That’s when I started wearing my aluminum foil hat and underpants to bed every night, and I haven’t had a port probe since!



In the temple Of eleusis where those who wanted to experiment truth were put under a  heavy veil of privation for all their senses, those so prepared died for a moment and were revived and tell their tale...

In all hospitals around the world since the Book of  Raymond Moody the same revival take place in a perfectly controlled medical environment...

Then i guess you are right...

Behind the veil no A. I. pass the Turing test...

In contact with the universal informative/formative field of the ONE consciousness, no machine can imitate intelligence no more...



Here is the real Turing Test.

Could Not Unsee It



The Writers Guild of America with its 11,500 members went on strike at the start of May.

One of their demands was that the use of AI would be limited in the future for screenwriting purposes.

As an outsider it's difficult to see how they can get the other party, the Alliance of Motion Pictures and Television Producers, to agree to this.

Anyway, it should be interesting to see how this eventually pans out.

In any case, if they were going to do this, then obviously the sooner they did, the better their chances of getting some concessions.

The increasing use of AI is certainly a hot topic right now.

Interesting news! thanks for sharing...


For the time being A.I. is not the problem, it will be later; now the problem are those who use and control it for their agenda, not the common good...