In reference to previous Tech News Thursday articles, one can truly see the advancements that have taken place within technology in the past year. From world-famous artists discussing the possibility of using AI to generate songs to AI being able to draft a contract without the supervision of a lawyer, the possibilities are endless.

If you missed previous articles discussing these very topics, continue reading to see where you can find them.

It has been circulating across social media platforms (and news stations) that AI has not only been implemented into our furniture stores and restaurants, but now into the music industry. Grimes (Elon Musk’s’ ex-partner) is said to be one of the first singers to have stated in an article by BBC News (referenced below) that anyone can use her voice to generate AI music, as she stated that she “would split 50% music royalties on any successful AI-generated song that uses my voice.” So, Will AI Take Away Musicians? A Tech News Thursday Newsletter

Though the idea of AI replacing lawyers may sound ludicrous to most, following the discussion on Elon Musk and Rishi Sunak Meet in regards to AI – Youtube, we can evidently see the fact that we have seen a number of AI breakthroughs as of this year. With the capabilities of ChatGPT being able to write essays with a single click and robots being able to watch a game of American football (see Humanoid Robots Watching a Game of Football – Youtube for reference) whilst being able to hold a valid citizenship, it is only a matter of time before humans will be replaced by AI in a workforce.

That being said, it was published to LinkedIn News by Sam Shead on behalf of an article by Ryan Browne for the CNBC in regards to An AI has just Negotiated a Contract without any Human Interaction – CNBC by Ryan Brownediscussing the fact that an AI has in fact been able to negotiate a contract with no human interaction being needed.

How long do you think it will take before robots will have interactions with real-life clients on behalf of a lawyer?

See also:

Grimes says anyone can use her voice for AI-generated songs – BBC News

(27) The Law and Technology Regarding Generative AI | LinkedIn

How to Generate a Song from Text – Using AI for Music

(27) Will Lawyers be Replaced by AI? | LinkedIn

(27) Cambridge Launches a Tech Programme to Support New Vendors! | LinkedIn

(27) EU Technology Regulations for 2024: What does this mean for your business? | LinkedIn

(27) What will the New Year of Technology Bring? | LinkedIn