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The Music That Inspires Computers To Write Their Own Songs

Computers are learning musical composition—and creativity—partly with the help of the 30-year-old digital music standard MIDI. Computers are learning musical composition—and creativity—partly with the help of the 30-year-old digital music standard MIDI. In May, Google research scientist Douglas Eck left his Silicon Valley office to spend a few days at Moogfest, a gathering for music, art, and technology enthusiasts deep in North Carolina's Smoky Mountains.
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