How AI and Musicians Collaborate, a Ted Talk with Judith Finell
Music creation is one of the most distinguishing features of humanity. So what does it mean that AI has entered the picture? Judith Finell, lecturer in music industry at The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music offers a fresh perspective on how human creativity and artificial intelligence charts new territory in music composition.
Composer Tod Machover Speaks on Collaborative AI, Progress of Media Technology
MIT Media Lab faculty member and Musical America’s 2016 Composer of the Year gave a two-hour presentation at the Herb Alpert School of Music. Titled “Collaborative Composing: Sharing Authorship with People and AI,” the event explored the utility of generative artificial intelligence for music composition and production.
Judith Finell Talks Copyright Infringement in the New Yorker
From the New Yorker: Many people correctly predicted that the “Blurred Lines” ruling would trigger a wave of frivolous infringement cases. “I can’t tell you how many calls we get after the Grammys,” Judith Finell, who was the Gaye family’s expert musicologist in the “Blurred Lines” case, told me. “Mostly from lawyers wanting to see
Billboard Magazine - Music Industry Program Named Top Music Business School in 2019
READ: For the third year, the Herb Alpert School of Music's Music Industry program made Billboard's 2019 Top Music Business School's list: "While the Herb Alpert School already offers an academic minor in music industry studies – 250 students applied for 30 slots this year – it expects university approval to offer a major in the field in 2020."