Friday Fun: AI music videos are here

This modern era of GPU-accelerated AI applications have their benefits. Pulling useful information out of mountains of raw data, alerting users to driving hazards, or just keeping an eye on bee populations are all helpful.

Lately there has been a rise in attempts at producing (or should that be curating?) with help of AI works of art out of carefully sculpted inputs.

One such AI art project is midjourney: That bot takes some textual input, then “dreams” with it, producing sometime uncanny, often downright disturbing images.

Firdt there were just images. A new craze is to create music videos using Midjourney and simikar AI tools. The idea is to feed song lyrics in short pieces to the AI tool, let the AI to generate images that are combined to make a music video. Here are some examples of such music videos made to well known songs:

Stairway to Heaven – Led Zeppelin – But the lyrics are Ai generated images

More videos:

Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin – Every lyric is an AI generated image

Hotel California – Eagles – But the lyrics are Ai generated images

Enter Sandman – Metallica – But the lyrics are Ai generated images

All Star – But, every lyric is an AI generated Image

Don’t Fear The Reaper – Blue Oyster Cult – But the lyrics are Ai generated images

Black Hole Sun – But it’s an a.i. Visual Lyric Video

Killer Queen – But every lyric is an AI generated image

Don’t Stop Me Now | But Every Lyric is an AI Generated Image

Run to the Hills – But every lyric is an AI generated image

Hail to the King – But every lyric is an AI generated image

Billie Jean but every lyric is an AI generated image

(Mid)Journey – Don’t Stop Believin’ but the lyrics are AI generated images

The Sound of Silence – a.i. Generated Visual Lyric Video

Mr. Sandman, but every verse is an AI generated image


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    John Herrman / New York Magazine:
    An in-depth look at AI image-creation tools like Imagen, DALL-E 2, and Midjourney; Midjourney users are making concept art for clients and using stock art less — How we work — even think — changes when we can instantly command convincing images into existence.

    AI Art Is Here and the World Is Already Different How we work — even think — changes when we can instantly command convincing images into existence.

    Artificial-intelligence experts are excited about the progress of the past few years. You can tell! They’ve been telling reporters things like “Everything’s in bloom,” “Billions of lives will be affected,” and “I know a person when I talk to it — it doesn’t matter whether they have a brain made of meat in their head.”

    We don’t have to take their word for it, though. Recently, AI-powered tools have been making themselves known directly to the public, flooding our social feeds with bizarre and shocking and often very funny machine-generated content. OpenAI’s GPT-3 took simple text prompts — to write a news article about AI or to imagine a rose ceremony from The Bachelor in Middle English — and produced convincing results.

    Deepfakes graduated from a looming threat to something an enterprising teenager can put together for a TikTok, and chatbots are occasionally sending their creators into crisis.

    More widespread, and probably most evocative of a creative artificial intelligence, is the new crop of image-creation tools, including DALL-E, Imagen, Craiyon, and Midjourney, which all do versions of the same thing. You ask them to render something. Then, with models trained on vast sets of images gathered from around the web and elsewhere, they try — “Bart Simpson in the style of Soviet statuary”; “goldendoodle megafauna in the streets of Chelsea”; “a spaghetti dinner in hell”; “a logo for a carpet-cleaning company, blue and red, round”; “the meaning of life.”

    Through a million posts and memes, these tools have become the new face of AI.

    This flood of machine-generated media has already altered the discourse around AI for the better, probably, though it couldn’t have been much worse. In contrast with the glib intra-VC debate about avoiding human enslavement by a future superintelligence, discussions about image-generation technology have been driven by users and artists and focus on labor, intellectual property, AI bias, and the ethics of artistic borrowing and reproduction.

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Kyle Wiggers / TechCrunch:
    OpenAI starts letting DALL-E 2 customers upload and edit people’s faces, after first banning photos depicting real people such as celebrities and public figures

    OpenAI begins allowing users to edit faces with DALL-E 2

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