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Copyright Trial: Ed Sheeran Jury bursts Into Laughter As Robot Sings “Let’s Get It On”

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According to reports, the courtroom during Ed Sheeran’s plagiarism trial was filled with laughing as a computer-generated version of Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On played.

The heirs of Ed Townsend, who originally wrote Gaye’s well-known song, are suing the 32-year-old British hitmaker.

The heirs assert that Sheeran’s 2014 hit song, Thinking Out Loud, unlawfully appropriated the harmonic progressions, melodic, and rhythmic components of the earlier song.

Sheeran took the witness stand on Tuesday to respond to questions after vehemently refuting the allegations.

However, once a plaintiff musicology expert, Dr. Alexander Stewart, played an AI recording of the soul singer’s song, the courtroom began to laugh during Wednesday’s proceedings at the Manhattan Federal Court.

The robotic voice sang: “Giving yourself to me, can never be wrong,”

This article was updated 1 month ago

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