Shank and teammates probed listener responses to music after attributing its composition to either artificial intelligence or a human. The researchers report that “participants listened to excerpts of electronic and classical music and rated how much they liked the excerpts. . . . Participants . . . liked music less that they thought was composed by an AI.” These results can likely be applied more broadly.
Daniel Shank, Courtney Stefanik, Cassidy Stuhlsatz, Kaelyn Kacirek, and Amy Belfi. “AL Composer Bias: Listeners Like Music Less When They Think It Was Composed by an AI.” Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, https://doi.org/10.1037/xap0000447