Google has announced MusicFX, an innovative experimental tool empowering users to create their own music using artificial intelligence.
This cutting-edge creation leverages Google’s MusicLM and Deepmind’s SynthID watermarking technology to embed distinct digital watermarks into the generated outputs, guaranteeing their authenticity and source.
As part of Google’s AI Test Kitchen initiative, the service offers an early glimpse into the company’s latest AI innovations. Its primary aim is to foster collaboration by inviting public engagement, allowing early feedback crucial for responsible and inclusive advancements in AI technology.
Regarding privacy, Google guarantees that the information gathered during interactions with MusicFX remains unassociated with users’ Google accounts and is stored anonymously. Human reviewers may analyze this data to enhance models.
While using the tool, users have the option to delete the data. However, once the session concludes, the data becomes non-identifiable and non-erasable, kept for a maximum of 18 months.
Residents in the USA, Kenya, New Zealand, and Australia now have access to MusicFX and TextFX. TextFX enables users to transform text inputs into music or textual outputs, showcasing the capabilities of generative AI.