Hilary Hahn Là Ai

Wearing a light blue coat with the hood up, Hilary Hahn trudges through a chilly late-November landscape.

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She is filming herself as she walks, making an update lớn her many fans via social truyền thông. “I’m doing my best to keep working in my own way,” she says. “I remain optimistic about when things will begin again.”

Days after she filmed this wintry wander, Hahn turned 41. The birthday was marked in quarantine, following her return from a carefully planned live performance in Texas—the first since her sabbatical ended in September. When I spoke with Hahn via Zoom in early December, she shared her thoughts on her sabbatical and her new projects. She has many reflections, too, about the changes that the pandemic has wrought on the world, the musical world in particular.

“AI is here,” says Hahn. “So it’s not lượt thích, vì we want to engage with it or not? It’s lượt thích, are we going lớn have our voices heard?

Our conversation moves from the new CD to lớn Hahn’s role with Deepmusic.ai, an organization formed to explore artificial intelligence (AI) and the arts.

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She is the co-founder (và VPhường of artistic partnerships), along with tech entrepreneur Carol Reiley. The company’s mission statement describes its goal: “to lớn use music as a lens on how humans and AI can co-create something special together.”

“We’re trying khổng lồ figure out what’s the state-of-the-art, what are the issues?” Hahn says. “AI is here. So it’s not lượt thích, do we want to engage with it or not? It’s like, are we going to lớn have our voices heard? Are we going to lớn take a place at the table? Are we going lớn be influential as artists? Or are we just going lớn let other fields determine what art is going lớn be in the future? We need lớn find ways to lớn fill those gaps and also get the two areas talking lớn each other, finding our commonalities, identifying the challenges, finding things that aren’t working, providing tutorials on using the AI software that currently exists.”

Deepmusic.ai launched in December 20đôi mươi with an event featuring three composers working with AI software. Composer David Lang wrote “out of body” for Hahn. Lang says, “I’m proud khổng lồ say I did not cheat at all in that I laid all the computer notes inkhổng lồ my original piece in the order it was generated. It is true, however, that the AI generated many options, & I chose only the one that was most aesthetically pleasing to me. I never asked myself which option was aesthetically pleasing to lớn it.”