Amazon launches Maestro, an AI powered playlist generator


Music streaming services like Spotify and Amazon Music can recommend songs to users based on their listening habits. Is it always accurate? Not really. This is where AI can come in, and that’s something that Amazon is looking to test by launching Maestro. This is an AI powered playlist generator that is currently only available in the US.

According to Amazon’s announcement, Maestro is an AI powered playlist generator that helps users put together playlists based on their requests and prompts. They say that it even works with emojis. So if you’re feeling a little blue, you can use a sad face emoji and the AI will generate a playlist based on that request.

Amazon notes that Maestro is still in testing which means that the results might not be 100% accurate. It is available in beta to a subset of users. This includes subscribers to Amazon Music on its Free, Prime, and Unlimited tiers. It is also only available in the US for now on iOS and Android devices.

Amazon is not alone in trying to leverage AI for its streaming services. Last year, Spotify also rolled out its own AI powered playlists. If you’re a Spotify user, you can check out our guide here on how to use Spotify’s AI playlists. For Amazon Music users, make sure your Amazon Music app is up to date and if you’re in the beta, you’ll see Maestro available on the app’s home screen.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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