Artificial Intelligence

What Miles Davis tells us about AI

'The march of AI continues, but will it ever be able to engage in true improvisation?' Image: UNSPLASH/Chris Bair

Rich Pellegrin

Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Affiliate Assistant Professor in the Center for Arts, Migration, and Entrepreneurship, University of Florida

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An excerpt from Brian Ferneyhough’s 1982 solo piano composition, ‘Lemma-Icon-Epigram,’ reflecting the complexity of high-modernist music. Image: University of Florida Art and Architecture Library, CC BY-SA

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