Ghostwriter's "Heart on My Sleeve," a song created using voice models of Drake and the Weeknd, has been submitted to the Grammys.
Criminla gangs linked to contracy killings and a spate of bombings reportedly use fake Spotify streams to launder their money, according to a new report from the Scandinavian country.
Long-running digital resource Internet Archive is facing another serious lawsuit, this time from music publishers.
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.