If there is a song created primarily by a ML/AI system that's present in the year-end top 100 list by billboard, for the year 2023, 2024, or 2025, then this market resolves YES, otherwise NO.
Evidence for the song being significantly AI-generated can be an official blog-post by the group that created that song, or in the song credits, statements by publishing entities, etc.
@Austin I've listened to this 10 times already. This future we live in is amazing
@cloudprism it's the grasp of really subtle details that blows my mind. every time I listen again I catch new things. headphones definitely recommended
funnily enough, it's this more than GPT-4 that's really made me 'feel' the pace of AI progress on a gut level
@Rodeo Truly, it's amazing what ML researchers and practitioners have been able to do over the past few years. It goes to show what humanity can accomplish as long as we never give up!
@BoltonBailey yeah given Google’s relative lagging in the AI race, I thought this release might let me down. But no - they’ve really turned things around
how important does the AI have to be for the song? Like what if it just wrote a single verse or something
@DesTiny having significant influence on the song's melody, harmony, rhythm, instrumental timbre and tone, and EQ mixing (inspired by https://www.metaculus.com/questions/8403/25-top-100-songs-made-by-ai-by-2050/)
@firstuserhere I personally do not know what all these things do - so, I'm open to an easier resolution criteria
@DesTiny In a nutshell, a thumb rule like- the AI system was responsible for something like >= 30% of the song production process seems reasonable to me