Leben

Description of „Daft Punk“ by Thomas Bangalter

French electronic music duo consisting of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter Daft Punkannounced that they ended their 28-year relationship in 2021.

Announcing that he will continue his individual career after the dissolution of the group Thomas Bangaltertalked about the breakup of the group.

“In a world where artificial intelligence and algorithm technology are on the rise, in 2023, the last thing I want to be is a robot,” Bangalter said.

„WE USED ROBOTS FOR A HUMAN FEEL“

In an interview with the BBC, Thomas Bangalter said, „Daft Punk was a method of discovery for us. It started with robots and continued by moving away from them. I love technology in the form of tools, but it scares me that it has reached such a point in today’s machine and human relationship. Robots are very humane. We used it for emotion,“ he said.

Thomas Bangalter'den "Daft Punk" description - 2

„THIS STORY HAS ENDED“

Continuing his words, „We wanted to emphasize that a robot cannot feel, but a human can feel,“ the famous name continued, „We have always been on the side of humans, not technology. In a world where the rise of artificial intelligence and algorithm technology is experienced, in 2023, the last thing I want to be is a robot… Daft „Punk was a project on the blurry line between reality and fiction through robots. Now that story is over.“

Thomas Bangalter'den "Daft Punk" description - 3

Thomas Bangalter’s solo album ‚Mythologies‘ consisting of 23 songs with orchestra is released on 7 April 2023. It was published.

This news has been translated by google translate.

Source Link: NTV/CNN

ACM Cyprus

ACM Cyprus

Esta Construction

Pools Plus Cyprus

Artificial intelligence has reinterpreted this news for you.

The French electronic music duo Daft Punk, composed of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, announced their breakup in 2021 after a 28-year partnership. Following the dissolution of the group, Bangalter announced that he would continue his individual career. In an interview with the BBC, he discussed the role of technology and artificial intelligence in music, stating that although he loves technology in the form of tools, he fears the impact it has had on human and machine relationships. Bangalter emphasized that Daft Punk’s music was always on the side of humanity, not technology, and that their use of robots was a means of exploring the blurry line between reality and fiction. He stated that the story of Daft Punk has come to an end and announced the release of his solo album, „Mythologies,“ consisting of 23 songs with an orchestra on April 7, 2023.

Ähnliche Artikel

Schreibe einen Kommentar

Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. Erforderliche Felder sind mit * markiert

Schaltfläche "Zurück zum Anfang"