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In this episode of Inside IBM Research, Janani Mukundan, a machine learning researcher at IBM Research-Austin, talks about how a stack of Restricted Boltzmann Machines is now building off Watson to learn how to compose music. The results are expected to have an impact on the study of machine learning and natural language. You can read the transcript and listen to Janani's complete musical pieces.