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"It does not rhyme": Michel Sardou not convinced by a song written by ChatGPT


The singer, who will return to the stage in a few months, was not convinced by the capabilities of the new conversational robot.

Could a song written by a machine appear in Michel Sardou's next singing tour?

While the 75-year-old singer will return to the stage in October 2023, the interpreter from

the Connemara Lakes

did not hide his lack of enthusiasm in front of a text produced by the new conversational robot ChatGPT.

A tool that has fascinated, however, for the past few weeks, a good number of artificial intelligence specialists and enthusiasts of new technologies.

Guest of BFMTV on Wednesday evening, Michel Sardou admits that he has never heard of this prototype.

The presenters of the news channel then submit a song to him written by ChatGPT, which is inspired by the style of one of the last monuments of French song.

France is in danger, our future uncertain, the crisis is getting worse, and no one wants to hear it.

Where is France going?

Who will take care of her?

We are all responsible for its future

”, begins the text in question.

The singer of


who is not convinced by these first words, proclaims point blank:


”, he will not interpret it.


It doesn't rhyme above all

," stings Michel Sardou, who

"does not believe"

that artificial intelligence will replace human qualities and paws.

Even if it is a “


” hypothesis.

Before realizing, despite everything, that "

artificial intelligence operates on people, performs extremely difficult surgical operations.

» «

I'm not against that, it annoys me a little to see controversies arising almost every day on things that frankly aren't worth the trouble.

I have the impression that we no longer govern France, but that we comment on the news

”, then thunders the singer who carries a more political message in response to the text which was submitted to him.

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In this fight, Michel Sardou is not the only artist not to have been dazzled by the performance of ChatGPT.

On Tuesday, the Australian singer Nick Cave had not minced his words in the face of a text written by the robot at the request of a fan:

“The songs are born from suffering: they proceed from a complex and human inner creative fight, and as far as I know the algorithms don't feel anything (...) Thanks for the song, but with all the love and respect in the world, this song is shit."

Fortunately for these artists, no artificial intelligence can, for the moment, sell thousands of tickets...and get on a stage.

Source: lefigaro

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