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Saturday, November 25, 2023

Dolly Parton Thinks AI Is A Weapon

In recent news, Dolly Parton has said that she thinks artificial intelligence (AI) is nothing more than a weapon.

According to the country music icon, she does not appreciate that AI is being used in this day and age to bring back the voices of those artists who have passed.

This comes shortly after the technology was used to imitate the voice of Elvis Presley and the singer shared her opinion on it.

She believes that AI should not be considered in such fields and is a tool that people should be afraid of. 

In her words, technology should be used for the advancement of medicine and science but should not be weaponized to replicate the voices of people who are long gone. 

The 77-year-old confessed that she feels afraid whenever she thinks of how singers’ voices are being imitated.

She went on to add that she did not want AI to be used for her voice after she had died. 

As per the Jolene hitmaker, trying to copy the voice of someone who has already been buried is morbid, as you cannot make a person again.

Consequently, she just wants her work to be left behind and not carried on even after she is gone. 

The musician acknowledged that while AI has a number of benefits in different fields, it does not feel okay to use it to imitate someone else’s voice. 

In other news, Snoop Dogg has opened up about his recording process, saying that he prefers to make music in moody and dark spaces alone.

In the words of the Drop It Like It’s Hot hitmaker, he hates the pressure of being forced to perform in front of others.

He recalled that how he felt the same way when he had to perform in front of people during his collaboration with Dr. Dre.

According to the star, he has a designated space in his studio, which is basically a room that he has titled Mothership.

Providing insight into the room, the rapper added that it is sort of like a spaceship, which is kept dark on purpose. 

He went on to add that he does not want to be challenged when he working on his music. During the conversation, Latto, the popular rapper, added that she also does not prefer recording in front of people.

Snoop then proceeded to talk about how he does not mind pressure in every other aspect of his life.

He added that he prefers being questioned and challenged, but when the time comes to record music, he would rather do it in close quarters and alone. 

Later in the interview, when asked about how he deals with difficult situations, the musician stated that he believes in treating people with love, even if they only have hate to give.

In tough situations, the rapper revealed, he chooses to take actions that are solely motivated by love.

He recalled that he has been in situations where he was being threatened by goons and gang members, but he did not resort to violence but chose to treat them with kindness instead.

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