DinDin “AI also composes… I feel a sense of crisis”
DinDin “AI also composes… I feel a sense of crisis”
DinDin confesses the concerns a composer feels in the AI era.

In MBC Every1's 'I Was Worried, Then I Wasn't,' which airs at 7:40 pm on March 19, counseling continues at the Korea University campus, the first on-site counseling center. As there are many college students, we can get a glimpse of the concerns that young people have these days about their jobs and career paths.

Meanwhile, Go Min-leo, whose dream is to become a documentary producer, says that he is worried about what he should study in an era where AI (artificial intelligence) can create videos. Producer DinDin, who also makes music himself, said, “AI also composes music. He also confesses the sense of crisis he feels, saying, “Even if you pass it on and say it was written by a top composer, no one knows about it.”

Monk Seongjin continued, “There is also an AI that chants Buddha’s name. He says, “There is an AI Buddha,” and says that even monks can be replaced by AI. Other clergy, MCs, and concerns who listened to this discussed together the role of AI, which has entered our lives more deeply than we thought, and what we should prepare for accordingly.

At this time, a current professor of the Department of Media Studies, who attended as a guest, said that he gave advice that would make even clergy members nod their heads. What did the professor suggest we should study to prepare for the AI era?

MBC Every1's 'Gominsak <It Was But It Wasn't>' will be broadcast at 7:40 pm on Tuesday, March 19th.

Kim Se-ah, Ten Asia reporter haesmik@tenasia.co.kr
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