The American composer and songwriter, Charles Fox, said that Artificial Intelligence he could never copy the music authorities because it comes “from their heart”.

The musician who wrote the song “Killing Me Softly With His Song” who won a Grammy in 1973 appeared on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, where he was honored with a star in the recording category – alongside music stars Paul Williams and Diane Warren.

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During his career, two-time Academy Award nominee Charles Fox composed music for more than 100 films, including Barbarella, Nine To Five and Goodbye Columbus, and the theme songs for television series, including Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley and Wonder Woman.

“Artificial Intelligence scares me, I don’t like it at all” Charles Fox told media representatives after the ceremony.

“As a trained musician, I could write music to sound like Bach, Beethoven, Mozart or Stravinsky, that’s just training, you learn the art” appreciate.

“But there is never going to be a copy of any of these authorities because it came from them first, from their hearts, and then the world moves on. And if AI can produce music that sounds like something else, who cares, who needs it. Give me someone who has a true heart, who writes what has not been written. This is my feeling” he underlined.

Fox said he doesn’t know where AI will go, noting “none of us know.”

“People ask me, would I go to a concert with just AI – I’m not interested in that,” he said.