Princeton Undergrad Creates Google Deep Dream-Inspired Deepjazz A.I. Music Maker

Ji-Sung Kim spent the early morning hours of the first weekend of April wired on caffeine and coding on his computer as he developed deepjazz, a deep learning music generator. The 20-year-old Princeton computer science sophomore only had 36 hours to complete deepjazz during his first hackathon, HackPrinceton, held on April 1-3 at the university. After finishing a marathon of coding, he created a website for deepjazz, and posted the source code on GitHub. But much to Kim’s surprise, the program shot off. Deepjazz is steadily trending on Python and GitHub — reaching as high as the top seventh program on GitHub overall. It was even featured on the front page of HackerNews and is still generating a lively discussion. “I never expected my first side project to be this…


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