Grimes Aims To ‘Kill Copyright’ In Music Through AI-Generated Songs

As the world of Artificial Intelligence continues to expand at an incredible rate, it’s becoming increasingly clear that there’s not much AI can’t do. One intriguing development in this realm involves the impersonation of voices, and it seems like even celebrities are getting in on the fun. Grimes recently tweeted that she gives her consent to whomever wants to use her voice to create a song by AI.

AI has seen rapid advancements in various fields, including visuals, sound, writing, and art. People on social media are having a blast experimenting with this new technology as AI-generated content becomes more accessible and entertaining. One popular trend involves using AI to recreate a singer’s voice, making them sing all sorts of different songs. However, despite the widespread adoption of AI, there are still no proper legal regulations on its usage.

Grimes, being a musician and visual artist, has shown her support for AI by publicly endorsing its use in art. In a recent statement, she shared her thoughts on the matter and offered a unique proposal. She is more than happy to let her fans and anyone else use her voice for AI-generated songs, demonstrating her belief that there should be no copyright in art. Her forward-thinking approach to the intersection of art and technology has generated quite a buzz.

She tweeted:

“I’ll split 50% royalties on any successful AI-generated song that uses my voice. Same deal as I would with any artist I collaborate with. Feel free to use my voice without penalty. I have no label and no legal bindings.

I think it’s cool to be fused with a machine and I like the idea of open-sourcing all art and killing copyright.”

The musician’s offer to share her voice for AI-generated songs showcases her enthusiasm for the AI movement and her progressive stance on art and copyright. She agreed to split royalties 50% with the person creating the song using her voice and AI. Her attitude towards technology is not surprising to many because she was the partner of Elon Musk, and the couple had a child together who they named X Æ A-12, something right out of a science-fiction movie.