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AI Should Be Embraced, Not Feared, By the Music Industry

News

Jun 13, 2018

  • Pop music made by actual robots is here… and it sounds considerably better than you might think.

The science behind the internet’s unstoppable nostalgia addiction

News

Jun 13, 2018

  • When apps such as TimeHop and Spotify serve up slices of our past, they're really triggering an emotional response that has very real benefits for us.

Is this the world’s first good robot album?

News

Jun 13, 2018

  • Hello World is a new album that features everything from cowboy sci-fi to Europop. It could change the way we think about AI and creativity.

Assessing and Addressing Algorithmic Bias—But Before We Get There

Publication

Jun 18, 2018

  • Aaron Springer, Jean Garcia-Gathright, Henriette Cramer.

  • UX of AI Workshop, AAAI Spring Symposium

RecSys Challenge: Million Playlist Dataset

Dataset

Jun 13, 2018

  • The RecSys challenge focuses on music recommendation, specifically the challenge of automatic playlist continuation. As part of this challenge, Spotify has released the Million Playlist Dataset. It comprises a set of 1,000,000 playlists that have been created by Spotify users, and includes playlist titles, track listings and other metadata.

Spotify Has the Only Algorithms I Don’t Fear

News

Jun 13, 2018

"Play PRBLMS": Identifying and Correcting Less Accessible Content in Voice Interfaces

Publication

Jun 18, 2018

  • Aaron Springer, Henriette Cramer.

  • CHI

OpenMIC

Dataset

Jun 18, 2018

  • Contains 20,000 examples of Creative Commons-licensed music available on the Free Music Archive, with labels for the presence of 20 instrument cOpenlasses.

Sender-Intended Functions of Emojis in US Messaging

Publication

Sep 09, 2016

  • Henriette Cramer, Paloma De Juan, Joel Tetreault.

  • MobileHCI 2016