Nicki Minaj, Who’s Used AI, Decries Use of AI

Key Points:

  • Nicki Minaj signed an open letter supporting the “No Artificial Intelligence Fake Replicas And Unauthorized Duplications Act
  • The bill aims to regulate the use of AI voice replicas to protect individuals from nonconsensual deepfakes
  • Record label Universal Music Group faced backlash for using AI-generated vocals in songs, leading to songs being taken offline and TikTok removing music from its platform to protect artists


Nicki Minaj, amidst her ongoing feud with Megan Thee Stallion, has surprisingly joined forces with a motley crew of artists to back the ‘No Artificial Intelligence Fake Replicas And Unauthorized Duplications Act.’ This bill, introduced in the House of Representatives, aims to regulate AI voice replicas and protect individuals from nonconsensual deepfakes. While advocating for AI regulation, Minaj herself has been embracing AI-generated imagery, evident from her recent promotional materials and single artwork, sparking some debate on potential double standards. Despite her AI experimentation, Minaj’s support for safeguarding her voice and likeness raises questions about her stance on the rights of human illustrators. As the music industry grapples with AI-generated content, Minaj’s actions bring to light the intricate dance between embracing and regulating artificial intelligence in the creative realm.



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