Posts Tagged ‘music search’

Senzari Unveils MusicGraph.ai at the GraphLab Conference 2014, Showcasing the Music Industry’s First Graph Analytics and Intelligence Engine

senzariSAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today Senzari® introduced MusicGraph.aithe first web-based graph analytics and intelligence engine for the music industry at the GraphLab Conference 2014, the annual gathering of leading data scientists and machine learning experts. MusicGraph.ai will serve as the primary dashboard for MusicGraph®, where API clients will be able to view detailed reports on their API usage and manage their account. More importantly, through this dashboard, they will also be able to access a comprehensive library of algorithms to extract even more value from the world’s most extensive repository of music data.

“We believe that in MusicGraph’s first iteration we democratized music data access, and now, with MusicGraph.ai, we are democratizing music knowledge. Most impressively, our team was able to make this leap possible in just months, not years.” Read more

Echo Nest Chooses Your Playlist, and Knows Who You’ll Vote For

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Tom Vanderbilt of Wired recently wrote, “The Echo Nest helps music services from Spotify to Rdio and Rhapsody suggest tunes you’ll like. But your playlists also teach its algorithms what movies you’ll watch — and even how you’ll vote… The Echo Nest claims it reaches around 100 million listeners per month, by powering music discovery services such as Spotify, Rdio, Rhapsody and VEVO, and delivering musical connections where none may have existed before… Staring at the sprawling projection up on the wall, which resembles Mark Lombardi’s unsettlingly internecine drawings of political conspiracies, one finds Polish reggae wedged roughly between Romanian pop and K-hop (or Korean hip-hop), closer in musical space to Chicago soul than it is to Finnish hip-hop.” Read more