Music generation and its AI analysis | seminar with Dr. Eng. Mateusz Modrzejewski


A neural network as a musical instrument? As a critic, music lover or musicologist? As a tool to break down a mixed piece of music into individual instruments? On April 18 at NASK SCIENCE, be with us for a seminar with Mateusz Modrzejewski.

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Advances in artificial intelligence in the areas of computer vision and natural language processing often make headlines, but the subfield of music AI is developing just as rapidly. Recent years have brought significant improvements in generative music models, including tools that are finding real-world applications in the music industry.

This lecture is a look at the generative and analytical aspects of sound and music AI, explained in simple language. Let’s see how the development of neural networks supports new means of musical expression and provides new possibilities for audio processing on an unprecedented scale.

Mateusz Modrzejewski: scientist, engineer, musician with extensive stage experience. Researcher of applications of artificial intelligence in music and audio processing. Author of scientific publications on the topics of neural networks, machine learning and artistic applications of artificial intelligence. He works at the Institute of Computer Science, Warsaw University of Technology, and previously worked at Apple, among others.

He has performed with The Dumplings, Grubson, Marek Dyjak, Majka Jeżowska, MM3/Michał Milczarek Trio, Chłopcy Kontra Basia, among others. He has performed for audiences of up to 150,000 people.

The seminar will be held in Polish. You can participate in person at NASK SCIENCE in Focus (26 Armii Ludowej, D, 10th floor) in conference room 10.14 and by following the broadcast on YT.