If you ever had a family member or friend criticize your music tastes on Spotify either AppleMusic, it’s time to give way to Artificial intelligence… so that he criticizes them with a very acid humor.
the page is called How bad is your streaming music?, and was created by Mike Lacher and Matt Daniels of The Pudding. This is a group that “explains debated ideas in the culture with visual essays, without chasing current events or clickbait.”
It is defined as “a satirical project and does not use real Artificial Intelligence, but a pretentious music-loving fake Artificial Intelligence.”
“The code create a custom combination of jokes from our database mixed with the information found about the artist, album, genre and track data from Spotify or Apple Music”.
This is how the “pretentious” Artificial Intelligence works that criticizes the music you listen to
According to its creators, the project does not save any Spotify or Apple Music data. It only has access to the account when you allow it, a special one-time code is created to read the songs and tracks, along with recent playlists.
Access disappears when you want it to.
After the analysis, the page will emit sarcastic judgments about what you see. You can say:
- “Do you really like this song or ironically?”
- “Are you feeling well after listening to a group that you wear a lot?”
- “What decade did you get stuck in?”
And so, phrases like that.
Later, the web labels the music that the user listens to “how bad” it is, indicating the worst rated songs and artists.
If you want to experiment with your Spotify or Apple Music account, just click in the link from How bad is your streaming music?