Eminem AI ‘Cat Rap’ Creator Hit With Video Copyright Strike

Eminem AI ‘Cat Rap’ Creator Hit With Video Copyright Strike

Eminem AI “Cat Rap” creator Grandayy has been smacked with a copyright strike against his popular YouTube online video which has now been taken down.

Having to Twitter on Sunday (April 2), the Maltese YouTuber posted a letter from the movie streaming system confirming the copyright strike submitted by Universal Songs Publishing Group (UMPG), which signed Eminem to a throughout the world, exclusive administration arrangement back in 2007.

“Universal Tunes Group just determined to copyright strike my AI Eminem Cat Rap video,” he tweeted together with a screenshot of the strike information. “Usually they just declare and monetize movies like this but they actually wished AI Eminem to be taken down for some reason.”

The copyright strike towards Grandayy’s channel may possibly also issue him to account termination in the future. “To avoid that from taking place, remember to really don’t upload films containing copyrighted information that you aren’t permitted to use,” YouTube relayed to him in its concept.

The AI Trim Shady’s “Cat Rap” online video has produced a ton of commentary considering the fact that its debut — so a great deal so that it was even highlighted on a February episode of the preferred HBO talk exhibit, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

Oliver, who incorporated the video in his more substantial section about artificial intelligence, explained that the video clip was created by supplying ChatGPT the prompt: “write an Eminem tune about cats.” Oliver named the resultant movie “stellar.”

“Cat Rap” also has a great deal of supporters on Twitter, with several turning out to be in the vicinity of-prompt admirers of the song due to the fact hearing it on Oliver’s display. “Okay, the AI Eminem cat music from previous week tonight is form of a banger?” wrote 1 enthusiast.

One more extra: “It’s gorgeous: ChatGPT was asked to publish Eminem-design lyrics about how he enjoys cats.”

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The Eminem “Cat Rap” controversy is just the newest AI hubbub in Hip Hop. While some AI treatments — like the AI recreation of Will Smith’s infamous Oscars slap of Chris Rock — have been garnering a far more good response, other artificially-established solutions have been struggling with some pushback.

On March 31, an AI-generated JAY-Z verse that has long gone viral sparked issue from Young Guru, 9th Ponder and DJ Clark Kent, with Guru calling for the federal government to intervene.

Hov’s esteemed engineer shared the digitally-created vocals on his Instagram web page on Friday (March 31), which seem almost indistinguishable to the Roc Nation mogul. That was enough for Guru to sound the alarm bells for exactly where AI is heading.

“I’ve been attempting to explain to all people that this is exactly where we are now with AI. For some rationale this a single acquired everyone’s notice. So what do we do. On one hand I’m well mindful that you can’t end technology. When the genie is out of the box you can put him back in,” Expert wrote on his Instagram web page.