The Future in Music
Have you ever tried to produce something that has never existed, but don’t know how to start? It is a very detailed and organized way of working through the steps of a design process. Every major flaw is funneled out from step one to simply step two. As a team we started out brainstorming and everyone pitching in ideas we never thought possible or comprehensible. We understood many different ways of people thinking just by their ideas and different ways to accomplish the same end goal. We are at a much more improved final outcome than what we started with, due to all of the details we were able to incorporate to our mural boards which made us better our outcome and have our teammates ideas added on to the main product.
From the research we have found and the people we have interviewed, People are more susceptible to opening themselves more to an AI than to a person. This is simply for the fact that they may think the individual they are sharing their information to may judge them or have unnecessary thoughts to what they are saying. John Fremont, A professor here at UT released an AI which is like a personal flight buddy to commercial airline pilots. He said that he never thought he would gain the information and data from an AI more than an actual person. People are obviously now accepting the change in technology which may pass through a “pain phase”, but there is clearly progress in it.
This AI phase is working well with people and will significantly be improving in the near future. If we could only have more data and expression from people to open up to us more than to the AI, we could learn what to teach the AI a lot faster in our music genre industry. Many people that are hard of hearing our very secluded and do not open up to people who are technically not the same as them. They tend to be very insecure in the aspect of asking these types of questions which could help us out, since we can’t gain information from any other people who are not. We our integrating self learning to the AI which will also help deeply, and every song will be recorded and sent to our data base to see the improvements of the musical production of this corpus of people.
Currently, we are thinking outside of the box and trying to integrate all that today’s technology allows us to. The only improvement I would seek to make in the future is how to make this product of much more discreetness and integrate all types of people to join us in producing melodies from home, not only the hard of hearing. I believe we are making a great change in the hard pf hearing community for music aficionados. There is nothing on the market like it. Many ways to produce music are being added to our VR system including looping and layering types of beats and melodies.