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Yamaha’s AI transformed a dancer into a pianist

 

Artificial intelligence is already everywhere, so it’s inevitable that it would invade the arts. Yahama showed a new kind of AI tech that translated the movements of renowned dancer Kaiji Moriyama into musical notes on a piano, “a form of expression that fuses body movements and music,” the company said. He used it during a concert in Tokyo entitled Mai Hi Ten Yu, dancing and “playing” the piano with his body, accompanied by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Scharoun Ensemble. Continue reading at Engadget

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