Machines Have Learned to Write Songs that Elicits Emotions from its Listeners

An international research team working at Osaka University, along with Tokyo Metropolitan University, have created a machine-learning device that detects the users emotional state and creates music for a new emotional feeling. "Most machine songs depend on an automatic composition system," says Masayuki Numao, professor at Osaka University. "They are preprogrammed with songs but can only make similar songs." 

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Written By Frank DiMarco