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What's Next ... Robot Rockstars?

Artificial Intelligence has already been used to compose various pieces of music, but they're not replacing real "stars" anytime soon. A New Zealand musician, Nigel Stanford, released a video with an imagined collaboration between himself and a team of crane-armed...
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