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Secular Artists Band Together Against Artificial Intelligence: “This Assault on Human Creativity Must Be Stopped,” Says Jon Bon Jovi, Pearl Jam, and More Than 200 Others

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With each passing month, AI technology appears to grow, creating practically anything the mind can conceive. And unlike the past, AI can produce a prompt in a matter of seconds. Just proving how far technology advanced over the last decade, many singers, performers, and musicians are concerned about the integration of technology into the entertainment industry. The concern seemed to reach the Artist Rights Alliance as the organization, supported by artists like Jon Bon Jovi, presented a letter warning about AI being an “assault on human creativity.” Signed by over 200 artists like Bon Jovi, Pearl Jam, Sheryl Crow, and Stevie Wonder, the letter from the Artist Rights Alliance shared the concerns that many artists have when discussing AI. “Unfortunately, some platforms and developers are employing Al to sabotage creativity and undermine artists, songwriters, musicians and rights holders.” The letter continued, “When used irresponsibly, Al poses enormous threats to our ability to protect our privacy, our identities, our music and our livelihoods. Some of the biggest and most powerful companies are, without permission, using our work to train Al models. These efforts are directly aimed at replacing the work of human artists with massive quantities of Al-created ‘sounds’ and ‘images’ that substantially dilute the royalty pools that are paid out to artists…” (READ MORE)

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