Subject: General Tech | February 14, 2019 - 12:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: tensorflow, google, Downtiration, deep learning, ai
Downtiration is not a word, but then again what you are about to hear isn't exactly a song either, though is closer to one than many of the insipid honey drenched hits you are likely to hear today. A company by the name of Search Laboratory fed Google's Tenserflow software with 999 love songs and let it assemble the new benchmark for sentimental songbirds. It is also a great example as to the current limitations of AI and Deep Learning, regardless of what the PR flacks would have you believe.
You can thank The Register for the next two irrecoverable minutes of your life.
"The song, entitled 'Downtiration Tender love' was created by media agency Search Laboratory and its "character-based Recurrent Neural Network," that uses Google's open-source machine learning software, TensorFlow loaded up with 999 snippets from the world's greatest love songs."
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