In the News
VERNE Global: August 29th, 2019
"Another recent example of AI enhancing humans’ experience with music is AI music tutors. These could be extremely beneficial: a cheaper, more reliable and as helpful solution to learning music, compared to a human teacher. The AI music practice Kena.AI, based in San Francisco, is launching a personal, artificial music tutor application in the future, designed to teach people how to pick up and master musical instruments. It would be a revolutionary platform that could change the way we learn to acquire skills, “bridging the gap between learning from human-tutors and being self-taught". Not only is Kena described as being able to educate tutees with clear instructions, it is designed to offer an individual coaching experience by tracking students’ progress via “listening” to their playing, creating their personalised learning paths and recommending music tailored to their taste."
Music;) ally: August 28th, 2019
"Music Ally has written a fair bit about artificial intelligence (AI) technology being used to generate music. What about teaching humans to play music? That’s the goal of a new San Francisco startup called Kena·ai.
The company is developing what it describes as “an Artificial-Intelligence personal music teacher” capable of “giving real-time feedback on practice sessions, create dynamic personalised learning paths, enable search based on compositional architecture of music” AND “generate AI-based music compositions to build upon”. That’s according to a blog post by CEO Preetham Vishwanatha published yesterday."