Spotify is letting users fix inaccurate music info


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Spotify utilizes all kinds of futuristic machine learning algorithms to recommend music to its listeners, but the streaming service rolled out a new feature this month that makes use of its human touch. The app is accessible through the desktop app by clicking the three dots next to the album, song or artist and choosing the "suggest an edit" option. However, they won't be able to correct song or album titles, even if they're wrong or contain "extra messy information", Spotify says. "This will help us improve, extend, and confirm the metadata Spotify saves", says Spotify, "which will in turn help us improve user experiences and create a more comprehensive ecosystem for Artists & Creators".

Beyond contributing data by searching for artists from the Line-In homepage, users also can opt to take quizzes to share their knowledge or track mood or explicitness, while contributing data.

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The tool itself was publicly announced today, but had been in testing since last fall. "Spotify considers the source, and thoroughly reviews and checks the accuracy of this information, before the suggestions are folded into the data that powers our services", its spokesperson clarified.

Spotify will now allow users to contribute to their genre assessments, Variety reports.