Fraud and clutter; AI Music removed by spotify

Spotify, a music streaming platform has removed artificial intelligence (AI) music amid complaints of fraud and clutter across streaming services. In addition, Universal Music- the recording giant had flagged to all the main streaming platforms that it saw suspicious streaming activity on Boomy tracks.

Spotify also confirmed it had removed some Boomy content, saying, “Artificial streaming is a longstanding, industry-wide issue that Spotify is working to stamp out across our service.” Launched two years ago, Boomy lets users select from a variety of styles or descriptors, such as “rap beats” or “rainy nights,” to generate a machine-generated track.

Users can then distribute the music to streaming services, where they will earn royalties. Boomy, based in the US, claims that its users have created over 14 million songs, the report mentioned. Meanwhile, Spotify has said that it has crossed 515 million monthly active users (MAUs) in Q1 2023, a 22 per cent (year-on-year) increase from 489 MAUs in the last quarter — its strongest first quarter since going public in 2018.

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