Researchers use AI to explain how music affects our minds, bodies, and emotions

The USC researchers discovered that 'different kinds of audio musical features were predictive of different response types (neural, physiological and self-reported judgments)'. — AFP Relaxnews

There's a song for every mood and occasion, isn't there? But, why is it that we feel what we feel when listening to certain music or songs? Why do some songs make us happy, emotional, and so forth? Well, we may have finally an answer to these questions, courtesy of Artificial Intelligence.

Researchers at the Viterbi School of Engineering of USC used Artificial Intelligence to determine how music affects our minds, bodies, and even emotions.

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