Help! My iPod Thinks I’m Emo!!!! | SXSW.com

Music recommendation is broken - automatic music recommenders make mistakes that no human would ever make. In this talk, we will explore why recommenders make such dumb mistakes and we will explore some of the new ideas coming from recommendation and music researchers to help make music recommendations better.

Paul Lamere Dir of Developer Community, The Echo Nest

Anthony Volodkin The Hype Machine

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