Read the latest news on the Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE), including Berklee.edu news stories, media coverage, and articles penned by BerkleeICE staff and faculty.
Can a pair of headphones help you learn music faster, practice more efficiently, and increase creativity?
SoundSeeker produces original soundtracks based on mood and content of pictures.
Berklee Valencia alumnus Rahul Rumalla, and his blockchain startup Paperchain, were featured in Billboard magazine's article "Jobs of Tomorrow."
Women in Music and BerkleeICE join forces to examine the current status of gender equity across a broad spectrum of women working in the U.S. music industry.
Boston.com: A Conversation about the Future of Music with Berklee’s Vice President for Innovation and Strategy
As part of a HUBweek and Boston.com lunch series, Panos A. Panay, vice president of innovation and strategy discussed becoming an entrepreneur in Boston, the future of music, and more.
In February, Berklee staff and faculty were joined by visiting experts to discuss and showcase work in spatial audio, 360 video, immersive music, WebVR, virtual worlds, simulations, real-time animation, holographics, procedural generation, artificial intelligence, motion capture, robotics, and live performance.
Over the winter holiday break, Berklee’s Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE) brought 22 students to Silicon Valley to get an inside look at how music and technology work together.
Blockchain News: BerkleeICE's Open Music Initiative to Host Music and Rights Management Blockchain Events
The Open Music Initiative, an initiative of Berklee's Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship(BerkleeICE), is holding its first event about the impact of technology on artistry and fan engagement.
In a recent Wall Street Journal article, reporter Irving Wladawsky-Berger discusses blockchain technology and the Open Music Initiative (OMI).
Learn Launch hosted their annual Across Boundaries conference at the Hynes Convention Center. Every year, education professionals, entrepreneurs, K-12 schools and college professors and students come together to engage in speaking panels, explore new technologies and network with other like-minded individuals.