MusicNet

MusicNet: A curated collection of labeled classical music  #music #machinelearning

  • Automatic music transcription, inferring a musical score from a recording, is a long-standing open problem in the music information retrieval community.
  • Identify precise onset times of the notes in a recording.
  • The MusicNet labels apply exclusively to Creative Commons and Public Domain recordings, and as such we can distribute and re-distribute the MusicNet labels together with their corresponding recordings.
  • MusicNet is a collection of 330 freely-licensed classical music recordings, together with over 1 million annotated labels indicating the precise time of each note every recording, the instrument that plays each note, and the note’s position in the metrical structure of the composition.
  • The labels are acquired from musical scores aligned to recordings by dynamic time warping .

MusicNet is a collection of 330 freely-licensed classical music recordings, together with over 1 million annotated labels indicating the precise time of each note every recording, the instrument that plays each note, and the note’s position in the metrical structure of the composition. The labels are acquired from musical scores aligned to recordings by dynamic time warping. The labels are verified by trained musicians; we estimate a labeling error rate of 4%. We offer the MusicNet labels to the machine learning and music communities as a resource for training models and a common benchmark for comparing results.

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Google’s TensorFlow is now available for iOS

Google's TensorFlow is now available for iOS

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@verge: “Google’s TensorFlow is now available for iOS”


On Monday, Google released a new version of TensorFlow that supports iOS for the first time. TensorFlow is Google’s machine learning software, which the company open-sourced last November and used…


Google’s TensorFlow is now available for iOS

Artificial Intelligent Art May Soon be on the Cards for Google

Artificial Intelligent Art May Soon be on the Cards for Google  #AI

  • Google’s new project, Magenta is due to be released on June 1 and is set to take the world of art by storm.
  • Currently listed on GitHub, the project is soon to spark interest and may be developed faster than Google expected.
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  • Artificial Intelligent Art May Soon be on the Cards for Google
  • The project is part of the Google Brain group, which is a deep learning project that has been operating since 2011 and is focused on solving the problems scientist face with artificial intelligence.

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@adamfalat: “Artificial Intelligent Art May Soon be on the Cards for Google #AI”


Google’s new project, Magenta is due to be released on June 1 and is set to take the world of art by storm. The project is part of the Google Brain group, which


Artificial Intelligent Art May Soon be on the Cards for Google

Could artificial intelligence create original works of art?

Could artificial intelligence create original works of art?:

  • Now the plan is to put the art back into artificial intelligence.
  • As of June 1, Google will launch Magenta, a project which will work on teaching artificial intelligence to create art.
  • Google’s latest project, Magenta, plans to train AI systems to make art, music and videos
  • There was also talk at Moogfest about launching a Magenta app alongside the project, to gauge whether the general public liked the art the AI was producing, or whether they were just caught up in the novelty.
  • The project hopes to rectify this, opening the Magenta project to the public to allow the system to further expand its knowledge.

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Google’s latest project, Magenta, plans to train AI systems to make art, music and videos


Could artificial intelligence create original works of art?

‘Magenta’ Is Google’s New Project To Make Art With Artificial Intelligence

'Magenta' is Google's new project to make art with artificial intelligence

  • The Magenta project will build all of their deep learning models open-source on top of TensorFlow , Google’s open-source artificial intelligence platform, according to Eck.
  • ‘Magenta’ Is Google’s New Project To Make Art With Artificial Intelligence
  • Eck also mentioned a potential Magenta app, which would showcase the music and visual art created out of the Magenta project.
  • Douglas Eck, a researcher on the Magenta project , said that the group will first tackle algorithms that can generate music, then move to video and then other visual arts.
  • On June 1, Google is set to launch Magenta, a research project to explore using artificial intelligence to create art, and make that process easier for TensorFlow users.

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@PopSci: “‘Magenta’ is Google’s new project to make art with artificial intelligence”


On June 1, Google is set to launch Magenta, a research project to explore using artificial intelligence to create art, and make that process easier for TensorFlow users. The group has about six researchers now, and will invite other academics to help try to solve the problem of creative machines. The project exists within Google Brain group.


‘Magenta’ Is Google’s New Project To Make Art With Artificial Intelligence