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Music Industry Threatens ‘Deepfake AI Music’ Service With Legal Action * TorrentFreak

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BPI, the UK’s leading music industry group, views Voicify as one of the world’s largest and most egregious ‘deepfake’ AI music sites. The group is now threatening to sue the vocal cloning service if it continues to operate in its current form. While the site hasn’t commented on the allegations directly, it recently rebranded to “Jammable” citing legal troubles.

jammableOver the past year, new artificial intelligence tools and services have been surfacing everywhere.

The same can be said for AI-related lawsuits and complaints, which have been piling up by the dozen.

In the UK, music industry group BPI has enetered the mix, targeting AI-generated voice models and cover tracks. This technology, which partly relies on copyrighted recordings, has been controversial for a while.

Voicify Faces Legal Pressure

AI vocal-cloning service Voicify was previously called out by the RIAA. In a recommendation to the U.S. Trade Representative, the recording label group…

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