Decentralized AI – SongSplitter

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This article introduces the SongSplitter app, an AI-driven SingularityNET powered application for splitting vocals from a music track, now available to download now on the Google Play Store. SingularityNET foundation is a non profit foundation founded by AI pioneer, Dr. Ben Goertzel. It’s main product is the SingularityNET platform, a full-stack AI solution powered by a blockchain protocol. The platform’s core goal is to provide an intelligent fabric for AI algorithms to talk to each other — and in doing so, to provide both a teeming commercial marketplace for advanced AI solutions across vertical markets and the basis for the emergence of the world’s first true Artificial General Intelligence.

This application constitutes a real world demonstration of how Android app developers can easily integrate services found on our platform and leverage the power of decentralized AI. It illustrates the viability of the SingularityNET blockchain-based AI protocol and marketplace as a means of disseminating and monetizing AI tools and products beyond the desktop and server and into the mobile arena.

This is possible thanks to a recently launched Java SDK available on the Developer Portal, which allows developers to create a SingularityNET service client in the Java programming language. SongSplitter will be the first in a long series of mobile apps leveraging SingularityNET AI agents to deliver intelligent services to users.

The SongSplitter app is in its first release and allows a user to separate vocal and accompaniment from the input audio. The app saves the split results locally and retains the ability to play all previously split results directly from within the included multi-track player.

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