29 November 2022 — Can Artificial Intelligence replace musicians? Probably not, but they can definitely help musicians unlock their creativity. The Sound & Music Computing for Human Health & Potential (SMC4HHP) seminar and concert held at Innovation 4.0 on Saturday, 12 November 2022 proved just that.
This was the second live concert hosted by the Sound & Music Computing (SMC) Lab to showcase the talent and creativity of NUS Computing students. Its performers included lab members and students of CS4347/CS5647 Sound and Music Computing module taught by Associate Professor Wang Ye from the Department of Computer Science.