Working at music’s digital frontier, Portrait XO shows how the future of AI can have a place for us all. She tells Clovis McEvoy about the release of her newest AI creation, the importance of creative struggle, and why society looks to artists to show the true shape of disruptive technology.
At the height of Henry Ford’s influence, the industrialist used the media, exhibitions, and became the world’s largest film distributor to mold the United States into a car-loving country. Influential figures shaped societies long before Ford, but as the latest generation of elites moves to shape today’s cutting-edge tech, a new movement seeks to put everyday people back in the driving seat.
Bias in artificial intelligence is almost inescapable, but so is AI itself. Reducing and mitigating that bias is the challenge. Randy Ginsburg speaks with AI experts about managing the risks of AI bias and how to champion responsible AI adoption.
Tristra Newyear Yeager explores how putting artificial intelligence in healthcare can create a new kind of music technology that delivers medicine directly through our earbuds.
As millions of people add artificial intelligence to their workflows, thousands of schools have banned the world’s most popular AI tools like ChatGPT. That’s despite tests proving that AI teaching assistants can have a major impact. Activist Okezue Bell argues that we need to reimagine how education and EdTech work to make the most of artificial intelligence.
Generative AI tools are democratising creativity. But who truly owns the work they make? We navigate the tricky bridge between inspiration and industrialised theft.
The interplay between technology and culture is underrated. Leo Nasskau explains why technology creates a thousand futures, but culture determines which one we take.