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Someone Got An A.I. Bot To Write A Bollywood Party Song, And It's Less Gibberish Than Honey Singh

If you thought autotune was bad, say hello to autolyrics.

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Bollywood songs have been responsible for some of the most poetic verses ever put to tune.

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They have also been responsible for some, well... not poetry.

The "party song" is one genre that has come under particular fire for its unoriginality.
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The "party song" is one genre that has come under particular fire for its unoriginality.

Srikanth Iyer, a data scientist in Philadelphia, recently wondered whether he could use artificial intelligence to create generic Bollywood hip-hop lyrics. And, guys, the results were amazing.

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TL;DR – After lyrics from 100 Bollywood party songs were put through a Recurrent Neural Network and processed, what resulted was, scientifically, the ULTIMATE Bollywood party song.

If you're interested in reading a detailed summary about the process, you can find it on Iyer's blog.
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If you're interested in reading a detailed summary about the process, you can find it on Iyer's blog.

Iyer collaborated with a few friends to put some sick beats behind the lyrics, and created this amazing track:

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To be honest, the lyrics don't make much sense because artificial intelligence hasn't exactly been perfected yet.

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Having said that, it's still less nonsense than some of Yo Yo Honey Singh's biggest hits.

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