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Amazon Music’s Maestro lets listeners make AI playlists

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Amazon Music may soon let you create playlists with a text prompt using Maestro, its new AI playlist maker.

Maestro, which is currently available in beta to a small number of Amazon Music subscribers in the US, will let users put together playlists using any prompt, including emojis, Amazon said in a blog post. According to the company, listeners will be able to save the AI-created playlists and share them with other Amazon Music users. In the post, Amazon Music’s suggested prompts included “ and eating ,” “Music my grandparents made out to,” and “I tracked my friends and they’re all hanging out without me.”

The feature is similar to Spotify’s AI Playlist, which was rolled out to Premium users in the United Kingdom and Australia this…

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