Digital music platform Spotify stated that they have no plans to remove music created by artificial intelligence from the platform. On the other hand, it was noted that users with artist accounts will not be allowed to share songs by cloning their voices with the help of artificial intelligence.
Spotify announced that it will not take any precautions against music produced by artificial intelligence. Daniel Ek, CEO of the platform, said in his statement that there are valid ways to use technology while making music , but artificial intelligence should not be used to copy the voices of real artists without their approval.
SONGS PRODUCED WITH CLONED VOICES WERE REMOVED
Spotify, which is sensitive about copying the voices of famous artists, removed the songs produced by cloning the voices of Drake and The Weeknd by artificial intelligence from the platform this year.
“WE HAVE WITNESSED ALL KINDS OF INITIATIVES, OUR TEAM IS CROWDED”
Spotify’s boss Ek added that they have a large team fighting “those who try to deceive the system”: “Someone can upload a song that they claim belongs to Madonna to the platform. In Spotify’s history, “We’ve seen almost every attempt to game our system. We have a very large team that deals with just such issues.” said.