Spotify recently released a new AI DJ feature, allowing users to access personalized music recommendations tailored to their tastes. This AI uses OpenAI’s generative AI technology to create a unique listening experience for each user.
The AI DJ is designed to be a guide that knows your music taste and can choose the right songs, for you. It does this by analyzing your listening history and preferences, then using this data to curate a selection of songs that match your musical style. It may also use user profile data, like your birthday too. I was shocked when Xavier “X” Jernigan, the AI DJ voice, mentioned he would play some hit songs that I’d remember from my childhood, followed by the “Watermelon Crawl” by Tracy Byrd. “X” breaks into the stream between songs to tell you what you’re listening to and what he’s playing next. It’s pretty impressive.
Using Spotify’s AI DJ
Using the AI DJ is easy – all I had to do was open the app and select the “music” tab. That’s where I found the DJ card. Once you tap on the large blue rectangle, you’ll be taken straight into your personalized music feed. Pay attention at first click because “X” called me by name. lol, I think he may pronounce words better than me. If you don’t like the songs or are wondering how to “change the channel,” all you have to do is click the little blue icon in the corner. No worries, “X” will explain it all to you. If you need help finding the DJ card, try searching for DJ. Also, it is currently only available as a beta option on the Spotify mobile app, though only for people who pay for Spotify Premium.
Spotify’s new AI DJ feature is an exciting development in streaming music technology. It makes it easier to find great music tailored specifically for you and adds an extra layer of personalization previously unavailable with other streaming services. With its intuitive design and advanced algorithms, Spotify’s AI DJ could be the future of music streaming!
KillerB Closing Thought
AI DJs can potentially change how we listen to the radio by providing more personalized experiences for listeners on streaming services. However, it’s unlikely that they will completely replace traditional radio hosts soon due to their lack of certain human qualities, but it isn’t impossible.
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