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I was looking for an email address and hit various sites. One of them, ripoff report, had the following across the top of the page:
There are two ways to handle the EU's GDPR laws. One is to comply. The other, above, is a very valid alternative. (note: bold face in quote is mine)
Giving it some thought, I think I'd do the same for my websites that could possibly fall under the EU's jackboots.
I may be totally wrong, but it seems that there should be a fairly good piece of software that can "listen" to a WAV or MP3 of a song, and transcribe (polyphonically) the various parts into staves of notes for that instrument.
Anyone know of such an application? Anyone aware of one being developed using machine learning?
That word brings back the memory of when I sat opposite two brawny Scotsmen in kilts, sitting directly opposite me across a not large enough meeting hall. Alas, they didn't think to keep their legs crossed or knees together and I thereby know the answer to that age-old question, accompanied by a long-lasting and severe trauma