AI & the Future of Music: Royal Wang
Royal Wang is a busy man! He is the founder of Learnable.ai, a human-centered AI company that provides understandable AI products to aide in the classroom. Learnable can scan a class to understand course sentiment and can even grade students in real time and deliver personalized feedback to help students improve. Royal is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Brown University and has developed this company in partnership with Harvard Innovation Labs with a team from Harvard University, MIT, and Columbia University.
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1:30 - Intro to Learnable.AI (1:30 - 4:05)
4:05 - Inspiration Behind Learnable (4:05 - 5:30)
5:30 - What role do you think learnable will have moving forward in delivering the future of education? (5:30- 7:20)
7:36 - Interest in US/China Summit (7:36 - 9:04)
9:04 - Why is it important to focus on music and the role of music in bridging cultural gaps (9:04 - 10:22)
10:22 - Can AI also teach/bridge the "soft" more human elements beyond technical (10:22 - 14:24)
14:45 - How do you assuage concerns/fears over AI (14:49 - 17:23)
17:40 - Is AI already being used to make hit songs? (17:40 - 19:32)
19:46 - Is AI able to actually understand the reasoning behind lyrics or emotion behind songs? (19:46 - 22:16)
22:23 - Given advances in tech, what do you think music will look like in 5 years? (22:23 - 24:18)
24:19 - For people out there who have a vision, do you have any recommendations for gaining motivation or getting the message out there? (24:18 - 26:25)
27:01- How can you learn more about Learnable? (27:00 - END)