Future Sound System: How Tech is Disrupting the Music Industry

May 22, 2018 · 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

What will the Future Sound System Look like? Are services like Spotify transforming the music industry for better, or for worse? What effect will data and AI have on the industry? Join us for an in depth discussion on Data, Dope Beats and a dream of a better music industry.

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NOTE! We have limited seats and only want deeply engaged people in this session. You can't NOT participate.

That's why you can only attend by answering the question (showed when you sign up) on what you would change to make the music industry better.
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Speakers:

Rufus Kain
Rufus is a cultural anthropologist and musician. And a journalist working for the Amsterdam-based journalism platform De Correspondent. As a Dutch singer-songwriter, he has released three albums and a poetry collection. Where many music journalism revolves around the issues of the day, Kain writes about the political and economic side of the music industry.

Hessel van Oorschot
Hessel is the co-founder and Chief of Noise at Tribe of Noise, a music tech company offering musicians exposure and revenue through homebrew digital music services for businesses. Today, Tribe of Noise proudly serves 30,000 musicians around the world. Some of their best music is participating in Tribe of Noise PRO, an online one-stop-shop for media buyers and digital music services for the hospitality, sports and retail sector.

George Knox
George is a professor of marketing at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management, Tilburg University. Ongoing work includes examining consumer taste fragmentation in the digital age. He for example did research on how Spotify changes listening behavior.

MC Willemsen
Martijn is professor in the Human-Technology Interaction group at Eindhoven University of Technology and also works as the principle investigator of the Recommender Lab in the research program of the Jheronimous Academy of Data Science in Den Bosch. He currently works on interactive music recommenders providing users with better control over their recommendations and on music recommendations for groups.

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  • Data-driven Society

    Policy makers, educators, researchers, people working in tech and anyone interested in the transformation of our society. Our society is in flux. Longhold power structures are being questioned. Policy makers try to keep up with the impact of technology. And this might even be worse for citizens. All of us that work in tech have an enormous influence on what the Data-driven Society will look like. Join this meetup group and let's explore together what our future with machines looks like.

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