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IAIAI Technologies

Independent Artists Informing Artificial Intelligence

Harnessing the incomprehensible speed and complexity of quantum computing, Quantum Star is poised to revolutionise the way we create, experience and interact with music.

The Quantum Star Project is not bound by the ordinary, we are pushing the boundaries of what is known and understood in the realm of sound.

Designed to think beyond the binary beat, our Quantum AI will transcend traditional soundscaping, crafting art at the quantum level.

Under the innovative direction of IAIAI Technologies, the Quantum Star project embarks on an exhilarating journey into sound exploration, where the conventional barriers of music are not just pushed but completely reimagined. Quantum Star operates on a plane where musical patterns exist in a state of quantum superposition, challenging the preexisting norms and creating soundscapes infused with the essence of quantum potential.

By leveraging the peculiar properties of quantum mechanics, the project aspires to create a new wave of musical expression that resonates with the complexities and depth of the cosmos itself. It is a bold fusion of science and creation, where the rules of classical music composition are reimagined through the lens of quantum innovation to produce something wholly unique and avant-garde.

AI platform providers need to keep an auditable record of the music used to train the machine before the algorithm can generate new music. This is the only point in the process when these data points can be duly documented.
Tom Kiehl Interim Chief Executive UK Music, letter to Prime Minister, 10 Downing Street, London Oct 30th 2023
When the work is created by artificial intelligence without direct human intervention, the only holders of the rights are the authors or rights holders of the works that have allowed the conception of said artificial work.
PROPOSED LAW, Article L. 321-2 of the Intellectual Property Code, France, Sept 12th 2023
The integration of copyrighted works of the mind by an artificial intelligence software into its system and a fortiori their exploitation is subject to the general provisions of this code and therefore to the authorization of the authors or rights holders.
PROPOSED LAW, Article L. 131-3 of the Intellectual Property Code, France Sept 12th 2023
Artificial intelligence cannot hold a copyright for works it creates.
Federal Judge Beryl A. Howell of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
We are approaching new frontiers in copyright.
Federal Judge Beryl A. Howell of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia