Instrumental: Using AI and Spotify data to find the next big thing in music

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Jonny Woolf, COO/CFO Instrumental
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Jonny Woolf, COO/CFO Instrumental

Computing speaks to Jonny Woolf, CFO / COO of the service which uses AI and Machine Learning to analyse music and help identify which bands and artists are most likely to hit the big time

In a dingy underground club somewhere on the outskirts of London, a group of late teens in fur coats and straw hats play a guitar-heavy set to a lively crowd. The air is heavy and humid, the floor sticky...

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