"Game-powered machine learning" could make searching for music online easier

When it comes to online music, we really are spoilt for choice. So spoilt it can make uncovering new music to match our tastes or finding a track when we don't know the artist or song title, a hit and miss affair. Engineers at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), have developed a new approach called "game-powered machine learning" that they claim is just as accurate as other methods, but is cheaper and has the potential to let users search every song on the web using a text search... Continue Reading "Game-powered machine learning" could make searching for music online easierSection: MusicTags: Games, Internet, Internet Radio, Music, UCSD, University of California Related Articles: Google rolls out new music search Solo Internet radio features iPhone remote app Access thousands of pickup configurations in one Game Changer guitar Piano Wizard integrates the video game and piano lesson Logitech's Squeezebox Duet wireless home audio system Logitech Wireless DJ Music System - US$250 plus $80 a room

"Game-powered machine learning" could make searching for music online easier

When it comes to online music, we really are spoilt for choice. So spoilt it can make uncovering new music to match our tastes or finding a track when we don't know the artist or song title, ...

Mon 7 May 12 from Gizmag

'Game-powered machine learning' opens door to Google for music

Can a computer be taught to automatically label every song on the Internet using sets of examples provided by unpaid music fans? University of California, San Diego engineers have found that ...

Thu 3 May 12 from Phys.org

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'Google' For Music Could Be On Its Way

A computer program is able to find songs using keywords like "happy" or "funky."

Mon 7 May 12 from Discovery.com

Personalized Radio? 'Game-powered machine learning' opens door to Google for music

Engineers have shown that a computer can be taught to automatically label every song on the Internet using sets of examples provided by unpaid music fans. The researchers report that their solution, ...

Sat 5 May 12 from ScienceDaily

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