UMG and Google have reportedly entered talks for the development of a publically available tool for the creation of officially licensed deepfakes.
Mark Zuckerberg's Meta has launched AudioCraft AI, an open-source tool for text-to-music generation, with models freely available to the public.
Elon Musk has revealed a new logo for Twitter, a crowd-sourced X image designed by one of his followers.
At a Wednesday hearing, UMG called on Congress to create legislation protecting artists and rights holders against AI copyright infringement.
Mark Zuckerberg's Meta launched Threads, a Twitter rival, with a reported 10 million users signing up within the first 7 hours. Concerns over privacy and data, however, remain.
Grammys President Harvey Mason Jr. has shared a statement clarifying new rules that deal with AI eligibility for award consideration.
The National Music Publishers' Association (NMPA) filed a lawsuit in Nashville's Federal Court seeking $250m in damages, claiming Twitter enabled over 1000 copyright violations.
A new and unreleased song by The Beatles is on the way, Paul McCartney says, thanks to recent advancements in AI.
Reddit protest and blackout explained: Thousands of subreddits have gone private in protest at the company's announcement that it will begin charging for access to its user data.
ChatGPT's parent company OpenAI is facing a lawsuit from a radio host who claims the AI site falsely attached his name to a lawsuit and accused him of fraud and embezzlement.
Independent distribution platform CD Baby has announced that it will stop selling physical albums in the coming months, shifting to digital only.
As of May 2023 Netflix users wanting to share their password with a friend or family member outside their household must now pay an additional $7.99 a month for pleasure.