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Unfinished Beethoven symphony reimagined by AI

By AFP
06 September 2021   |   8:35 am
Inspired by Beethoven's unfinished 10th symphony, a computer has generated 'BeethovANN Symphony 10.1', imagining how the mysterious piece might have sounded, with ANN referring to the artificial neural network that created it.

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