This July 2, 2020 update from the University of Plymouth explains how a human musician and a quantum computer can make music together. It also offers a sample music taken from the high tech jamming session conducted by the university.
Editor’s Note: Music is said to be a universal language. Anyone who has taken part in a jamming session recognizes its spiritual character. When shared among various individuals, it can create camaraderie and harmony.
Music shared between humans and machines are highly technical, in that it operates by rules to prevent dissonance. What then is the role of human creativity in music making? How will new music be created if all music will only follow fixed rules? [see Why the AI singularity may never happen]
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