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"Photoshop” for music is here...

Good morning, and welcome to the most exciting day of the week—FRYday! Shall we celebrate with some AI snacks? 🍟

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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: Adobe releases “Photoshop” of music creation 🎶

Entrée: Google ramps up business automation 🦾

Dessert: OpenAI hit with more copyright lawsuits 😬


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Q: What’s the difference between a guitar and a fish?

A: You can’t tuna fish. 🐟

What’s new? Adobe announced the release of its new music creation tool, Project Music GenAI Control. This tool allows users to create and edit music without any experience.

How does it work? The innovative system begins with users providing a text prompt, defining their desired musical style, such as a “happy dance” or “sad jazz.” Integrated editing controls then enable users to fine-tune the generated music, adjusting patterns, tempo, intensity, and structure. Sections of the music can also be remixed, and the tool facilitates the creation of repeating loops for applications like content creation or podcast backgrounds.

“With Project Music GenAI Control, generative AI becomes your co-creator. It helps people craft music for their projects, whether they’re broadcasters, or podcasters, or anyone else who needs audio that’s just the right mood, tone, and length.”

-Nicholas Bryan, Senior Research Scientist at Adobe Research

What sets it apart? While similar tools like Google’s MusicLM and Meta’s open-sourced AudioCraft exist, Adobe’s offering stands out by providing not just audio generation but pixel-level control for music editing, akin to Photoshop’s influence on image manipulation.


Google is taking business to a whole new level! 😤

What’s new? Through an expanded partnership deal, UiPath’s Business Automation Platform is now available on the Google Cloud Marketplace.

Want more details? This collaboration between UiPath and Google Cloud aims to help businesses in their journey of using AI-powered automation to optimize their business functions. Companies will be able to leverage AI to streamline their workflows through the integration of UiPath’s AI-powered business platform with Google Cloud’s Vertex AI and Google Workspace. This will allow companies to automate various tasks, infuse AI into everyday operations, and offer solutions that boost productivity. This collaboration reflects the shared commitment of UiPath and Google Cloud to bring the benefits of AI to businesses.

A man sued an airline company after it lost his luggage … Sadly, he lost his case. 💼

What’s happening? News organizations The Intercept, Raw Story, and AlterNet have jointly filed lawsuits against OpenAI in a New York federal court.

What is the claim? These lawsuits—joining the New York Times’ ongoing lawsuit against OpenAI—allege that OpenAI, supported by Microsoft, improperly used thousands of copyrighted articles from the outlets to train ChatGPT. The claim asserts that ChatGPT reproduces copyrighted material from these articles “verbatim or nearly verbatim” when prompted. The lawsuits specifically accuse OpenAI of violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act by removing essential copyright information from the original sources. The news organizations seek at least $2,500 per violation in monetary damages and an injunction to prevent OpenAI from further misuse of their content. The Intercept’s lawsuit additionally names Microsoft, alleging infringement by its OpenAI-powered Bing AI chatbot. OpenAI and Microsoft have not yet commented on these new allegations.

What’s the significance? This legal action reflects an escalating trend, with various copyright owners challenging tech companies over the use of data to train generative AI systems. The outcome of these lawsuits could significantly impact the future development and training parameters surrounding AI models.


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