Technologies and media

Le chercheur en IA de Spotify nous explique pourquoi cette technologie ne sera jamais une machine à produire des hits en série

L'intelligence artificielle a commencé à pénétrer le monde de la culture. Un tableau réalisé par une intelligence artificielle a été vendu chez Christie's pour 432.500 dollars en 2018.

Business Insider

Elon Musk quiere reproducir música directamente en tu cerebro, ¿el Spotify del futuro?

Neuralink, la startup más futurista de Elon Musk, está desarrollando un chip cerebral que servirá como interfaz para controlar ordenadores o recibir información.

El Español

What The Rise Of TikTok Says About Generation Z

Three years ago, ByteDance was one of the world's largest technology unicorns and a household name in China's new media and entertainment sector.


Blockchain to Disrupt Music Industry and Make It Change Tune

Blockchain technology is tipping the scales of the music industry, shifting the power from intermediaries back to artists.

Coin Telegraph

Reshaping the concert stage

What will the orchestral concert stage look like post-Covid? Kazushi Ono recently led scientific tests with Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in the Bunka Kaikan Hall to determine a safe and musically viable distance between players.

Maestro Arts

Spotify rolls out Lyrics feature for Southeast Asia

The music streaming app has finally launched Lyrics to all Spotify users across the Southeast Asian region, including Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam and Thailand.


Ces Sites De Streaming Alternatifs

Netflix, Amazon Prime, OCS pour les films et les séries, Spotify et Deezer pour la musique... Et plein d’autres. En ces temps de confinements, des sites de streaming alternatifs méritent qu’on s’y attarde.


La música antes de internet

Hubo un tiempo, no hace tanto, en el que acceder a la música era casi una aventura. No lo teníamos todo tan fácil, tan inmediato, tan al alcance; tan “I want it all and I want it now”, en palabras de Queen.

Wiki Rock

The lost instruments of Teotihuacan will soon be heard again

One afternoon last December Arnd Adje Both, a researcher at Huddersfield University, in Britain, stood on top of the Pyramid of the Moon at Teotihuacan, in Mexico, and blew into a conch-shell trumpet, sounding a note that echoed in the plaza far below.

The Economist

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