‘Music brain’ queues up perfect tracks to get you laid

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The Prizm smart music player thinks it knows what you want to hear, no matter what you're doing.
The Prizm smart music player thinks it knows what you want to hear, no matter what you're doing.
Photo: Leander Kahney/Cult of Mac

Cult of Mac CES 2016 full coverage Music can set the mood for everything and the Prizm, a new music player described as “the music brain,” is hoping to reinvent the way we listen to music.

It listens to sounds in the room you’re in and identifies who’s in the room, then selects the perfect track for the situation. Lots of people making noise late at night? Prizm thinks it’s party time and plays techno music. Nothing but heavy breathing or kissing sounds? It’s time for some Barry White.

Just connect the device to your speaker, press a single button, and voila — let the magic happen. Prizm’s algorithm selects tracks from your Soundcloud or Deezer accounts that will supposedly suit any situation. If you like what you hear, press the heart button and Prizm will remember this song and play it again. If you don’t care for the song, press the X button to skip it.

Listen to Prizm co-founder Olivier Roberdet explain more about it below in his sexy French accent.

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