The folks at YouTube have devised a plan to pay artists for AI music. This new plan came to pass after an AI track featuring the voice of Drake went viral, and the music industry was not pleased. "People are going to use AI to violate copyright unless we establish new rules also to cover simulated use of artists' work," said CEO Neal Mohan of the new principles. To make things right and ease any future headaches, YouTube has started working with music companies on a new framework for AI music moving forward.
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