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A.I and machine learning are technologies that have crystallized among artists, not only as a creative tool with countless possibilities to explore but as an instrument to understand these technologies and the impact they can have in our day to day lives.
Two of the artists that are heading the A.I revolution are Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst. The two have teamed up with the developer Jules Laplace to give life to “Spawn”, their “A.I baby”, a computer equipped with machine learning applications that learns to speak and to sing like any other baby, “listening” to their parents and relatives (such as the artist Jlin, for example).
This process opens to artists not only a world of possibilities, such as working with voice surpassing the physical limitations of the body, but it also opens questions about the future of music, or the use of materials created by other artists (Spawn can re-create styles, songs and easily imitate voices).
Like voice assistants, Spawn “listens” to everything that happens around her, posing the moral dilemma of whether we have to protect certain things, establish some limits to what these non-human entities capture every day.