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Why humans might stop artificial intelligence producing the next Beethoven, or the next Beatles

If an AI wrote the 5th symphony, what would a music executive say? Image: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Mike Loukides

Vice President of Content Strategy, O'Reilly Media, Inc

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