By Julie Gaubert
Oct 14, 2021
In 2020, Ludwig van Beethoven would have turned 250.
To celebrate the composer’s genius, this year’s edition of the BeethovenFest in Bonn, Germany, offered the public a unique gift: the 10th Symphony completed with extra help from Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Only a few musical sketches of the unfinished piece existed, but a team of international music and AI experts warmed up to add the final notes.
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