Stability AI, the tech firm behind popular text-to-image AI tool Stable Diffusion, has unveiled a new product focused on music and sound.
That AI should hog the limelight at Sónar +D, Barcelona festival Sónar’s “international congress” of music and technology, is no surprise.
The company behind popular text-to-image AI Stable Diffusion is facing its latest legal challenge, but from a familiar foe.
This comes soon after a class-action lawsuit filed by three visual artists against the company, along with Midjourney and DeviantArt.
Some big names in text-to-image AI were facing a new challenge yesterday: a class-action lawsuit from three visual artists.
British firm Jukedeck was one of the first AI music startups to launch and get some traction, back in late 2014.
Stability AI is the company behind the text-to-image Stable Diffusion system, and also a backer of the Harmonai project.
Video Killed the Radio Star… Diffusion transcribes lyrics from YouTube videos and turns them into prompts for Stable Diffusion images.
The recent history of creative AIs and music has been a tale of fledgling startups and huge technology companies alike.