AI can now compose pop music and even symphonies. Here’s how composers are joining in.

For the past two centuries, composers, academics and fans of classical music have puzzled over Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 8, which he abandoned in 1822 after writing the first two movements. Now Lucas Cantor, a Los Angeles-based composer for film and television, has finished the work Schubert started — with help from artificial intelligence that runs on a smartphone.

Source: AI can now compose pop music and even symphonies. Here’s how composers are joining in.

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