Search Engine giant Google created this very unique artificial technology that is able to generate art projects on its own. Recently Google released its very own composition, a 90-second piano melody. This composition was attempted by this highly skilled neural network. This artificially intelligent neural network was specifically provided with four notes to produce a composition. It was informed that Algorithm didn’t influenced the creation. Drums and orchestration weren’t affected by any algorithm either. Google named this as “Magenta program”, and this program was created with an ambition to impact on music and art. This program wasn’t announced until last week.
In its recent blog post, Google detailed its goal with Magenta project. According to the Blog post, Google is extremely ambitious with future out coming of Magenta program. Google is willing to enhance the state of artificially generated community of artists. The Team of Google explained the functioning Magenta program in their Blog post stating “We’ll start with audio and video support, tools for working with formats like MIDI, and platforms that help artists connect to machine learning models, we want to make it super simple to play music along with a Magenta performance model. “
Magenta was generated by Google’s TensorFlow system. This technology was already an open source platform and aims to post its code as open source on GitHub.The Team of Google stated on their announcement. “We believe this area is in its infancy, and expect to see fast progress here,”
This was not the first attempt by Google to produce artificially engineered art project. The Search engine giant has earlier tried its hand on machine generated music by its DeepDream Algorithm. That algorithm was deigned to visualize the operation of neural networks. DeepDream Algorithm is a well reputed image tool now and hosted a gallery of show this year. Google has invested a lot in its Artificial intelligence projects so far and has managed to evolve artists and machine intelligence to that extend that an artificial artistic collaboration is now reality.