New Podcast episode from Steinar Jeffs: Paneldebate on AI and music with Ragnhild Brøvig, Martin Clancy, Kristine Hoff, Elise Bygjordet and Daniel Nordgård

In this special episode you’ll hear a shortened version of a panel discussion that took place in Kristiansand the 24th of May, in conjunction with Martin Clancy doing a keynote for CreaTeMe. The panel discusses copyright, ethics, music production, music culture and more.

The panel consists of:

Ragnhild Brøvig is a professor of popular music studies at the Department of Musicology and at RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion at the University of Oslo, Norway. She’s the author of the books Parody in the Age of Remix and Digital Signatures: The Impact of Digitization on Popular Music Sound.

Daniel Nordgård is a former guest on this podcast, he is a professor of music business and management and the author of the book “The Music Business and Digital Impacts.”

Kristine Hoff (UiA alumni) is known by her stage name MAUD. She is an artist, vocalist, and producer.

Elise Bygjordet is an artist and student in the Department of popular music and is part of CreaTeME’s innovation team, focusing on AI.

Martin Clancy  works at the intersection of artificial intelligence and music, with a focus on ethical AI. He is the founder of AI:OK, the chair a Global AI Ethics Arts Committee, and a Social Policy Fellow at Trinity College. Clancy is the author of the book “Artificial Intelligence and Music Ecosystem” and has also had hits on the US Billboard charts.

The panel is moderated by Steinar Jeffs

Listen to the episode here!