Singer Grimes from Canada said she would agree to have her voice used on any song composed by artificial intelligence (AI). She has requested that musicians use her voice as a model while creating new songs.
The pop singer, whose real name is Claire Boucher, stated in an Instagram post that she would “split 50% royalties on any successful AI-generated song that uses my voice.” “I treat each artist I work with equally. Feel free to use my voice without any limitations, she said.
The singer brought up recent accusations that artificial intelligence was being used to imitate Canadian music icons Drake and The Weeknd in his post. The singer brought up recent accusations that artificial intelligence was being used to imitate Canadian music icons Drake and The Weeknd in his post.
It was briefly accessible on services like Spotify and Apple Music before being requested to be removed by Universal Music Group, which publishes both artists through a subsidiary and published the well-known song “Heart On My Sleeve” last Friday.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, previously dated Grimes, with whom she had two children, one of whom was born through a surrogate mother.Musk has criticized AI yet made investments in the field at the same time.