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2023 AI Song Contest entries online

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29 September 2023



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The 2023 AI Song Contest will take place on 4 November in A Coruña, Galicia (Spain). This international competition was inspired by the Eurovision Song Contest, and provides a platform for exploring the use of artificial intelligence in the songwriting process.

A total of 35 songs have been submitted to the contest this year, and you can listen to them all here.

To give a taster of the competition, here are three of the entries:


TEAM | Melody Makers
SONG | Under Virtual Skies


TEAM | Not Milk
SONG | The last transmission


TEAM | Rubato LAB
SONG | 경, 敬, ɡjʌŋ


The winner will be decided on the basis of votes from both the public and an expert panel of judges, and will be announced at the live event on 4 November.




Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.
Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.




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