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From AI To Blockchain Technology: How These 11 Apps Could Change Music

Techstars Music thinks these startups will disrupt the music industry.

Bob Moczydlowsky, Twitter’s former head of music, has selected a small group of startups to join an accelerator program called Techstars Music. The 11 winners will each receive $120,000 and three months of mentorship in Los Angeles to grow their business.

The recipients include Robin, a company that reserves and secures tickets for fans while providing data to artists and promoters; JAAK, which aims to build a streamlined blockchain-based music rights management system; and Amper, a program that uses AI technology to produce royalty-free music for videos, podcasts and other professional content.

Find out the full list of Techstars Music’s startups here.

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