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'Muse' Used AI to Create a Music Video That Changes Every 24 Hours

 - Jul 7, 2017
References: muse.mu & newatlas
Popular English rock band 'Muse' used a unique algorithm to create an AI-generated music video that changes every 24 hours.

The music video to accompany the band's newly released single 'Dig Down' uses this algorithm to search the Internet for video clips that match the song's lyrics. Each word in the song is represented through a different video snip-it, with the entire project being comprised by the clips the AI system found fitting.

Every day the band will reset the system, effectively creating a music video with unlimited possibilities. This computerized video tool took cues from UK-based band Shaking Chains, who also created a algorithmic music video, making Muse's the second of its kind available for consumption.

The AI-generated music video successfully highlights the growing capabilities in the developing field of "computational creativity."