Our data-driven digital economy calls for a reasonable shift of the music industry’s business model, revenue streams, and operating practices in which everyone is better off.
FAIRMUSE promotes fairness in the European music industry by raising awareness about how music algorithms, data collection, and exploitation models of social media and streaming platforms influence music creators and audiences
If EU laws are fair and sustainable then the businesses of both music creators and diverse online music platforms will thrive.
Giuseppe Mazziotti and Heritiana Ranaivoson present and examine Fair MusE’s main research themes in a paper titled "Can online music platforms be fair? An interdisciplinary research manifesto”.
Join us at the Dutch-Belgian Workshop on Recommender Systems (DBWRS) 2023 on 14-15 December in Antwerp, Belgium, where the VUB team will explore the complexities of online platform recommender systems, focusing on ‘’Discovering the Rhythm – the Impact of Online Platform Recommender Systems on Music Discoverability.” This workshop serves as a convergence point for researchers […]
The event, organised by the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, Centre for a Digital Society (CDS), is grounded in a research manifesto co-authored by Giuseppe Mazziotti (Catolica Global School of Law) and Heritiana Ranaivoson (VUB). It proposes an innovative interdisciplinary approach to address the limitations of exclusively doctrinal and scientifically isolated analyses of EU cultural […]