On 20th September 2023 The Ivors Academy will host a one day global summit exploring the latest developments in AI and music.
Supported by PRS for Music, the summit will bring together music creators, the music industry and leading voices. We’ll explore the potential of AI to change the way we create and distribute music, as well as the ethical and legal implications.
Cutting through the hype and getting to the heart of issues, the summit will create a platform for discussion, new ideas and debate on the most fundamental revolution facing music creators for generations.
With industry leaders and acclaimed music creators on panels, themes will include using AI creatively, legal and ethical perspectives, human and machine made music, reporting and metadata. Delegates will also have the opportunity to meet creative teams and tech companies to understand how AI works on a practical level and the opportunities for songwriters, composers and the music industry. There will be networking throughout the day, which will end with the inaugural Ivors Academy Honours reception. Four exceptional individuals will be celebrated for their advocacy in creating positive change and championing music creators.
Speakers will include:
Axel Voss, Member of the European Parliament and focused on AI legislation
Rachel Lykse, CEO of DAACI
Cliff Fluet, Partner at Lewis Silkin LLP
Lucas Cantor Santiago, Composer
Julian Nott, Composer and Chair of the PRS for Music Members Council
Alexandra Condon, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at PRS for Music
Julia Montero, Founder and Director of Creative Counsel Law
Ilā Kamalagharan, Artist, producer and creative director
Jamie Smith, Partner in the Interactive Group at Sheridans
Tom Gray, Chair of The Ivors Academy
Graham Davies, CEO of The Ivors Academy
- AI & Tech: what is it, what solutions exist, how is it being used
- AI & Ethics: Legal and regulatory perspectives
- AI & Creativity: How AI can work for us
- Networking lunch
- Closing remarks
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