Ice Cube, a rapper-actor, slammed artificial Intelligence (A.I. ) After being attacked by social media, Ice Cube slammed artificial intelligence (A.I.)
The Ride Along 2 star and High Note actor hit back against a suggestion that his criticism of A.I. He has become famous for rapping on “samples” and he calls it “demonic.”
“Samples can be approved or rejected by song owners. It’s totally different from taking a deceased artist and creating a song that they never approved, and saying things that they may not agree. Ice Cube responded to a Twitter user who suggested that he was a hypocrite by saying, “That’s evil and demonic to me.”
Ice Cube, the musician who made his name rapping samples, has said that A.I. “It’s ‘demonic’,” the user tweeted.
“@icecube stated that if an A.I. were to target him, he would sue the programmer. “@icecube said that if he were to be targeted by an A.I. “And whoever played his illegally borrowed voice,” added the Twitter user.
The user of Twitter cited an article in Fortune with the headline: “Ice Cube says A.I. is ‘demonic’ for doing a very similar thing.” It is “demonic” for doing something similar.”
The rapper said, “I believe A.I. “I think A.I. “I believe there will be a backlash due to A.I. I think that people will want organic products and not artificial ones.
The concept of “sampling”, or digitally coding music from another artist and using it in their own recording, is what the term refers to.
Fortune reported that sampling has been “foundational for hip-hop, in particular. It allowed artists who didn’t necessarily know how to play a musical instrument but could hear a good beat generate a hit track.”
The magazine has added:
Hip-hop was created by early hip-hop artists who combined samples of jazz, rock and funk music. Rolling Stone reports that New York City’s Beastie Boys released Paul’s Boutique in 1989. The album is a cult classic and contains 95% samples. Under today’s sampling laws, the album would cost millions and the lawsuits that followed it turned off other artists from using sampling widely.
Ice Cube made his comments as the Writers Guild of America entered its fourth week of a striking strike. The strike was primarily centered around Hollywood writers’ compensation complaints, and their fear of being replaced by A.I.