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Dolly Parton talks about AI but doesn’t want to leave her soul ‘on earth’

Dolly Parton said he was concerned that using artificial intelligence (AI) technology would keep his soul “grounded” on Earth.

The 77-year-old country music star attended a 2018 press conference. London talk about her new album on thursday rock star.

On her first rock and roll record she collaborated with celebrities such as Lizzo, Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Elton John.

I don’t want to leave my soul on this earth, so I have to decide how much I want to be involved in high tech things.

Dolly Parton

When asked about continuing to live in an artificial body in the future, Parton said:

“I don’t want to leave my soul on this planet, so I have to decide how much I want to be involved in high-tech stuff.

“I think I’m going to be stuck here forever because of this…I’m here, find a way to keep me here.”

ABBA opened a dedicated stadium in London last year, featuring four 3D digital versions of the group’s youth singing and dancing to nearly 20 of their hits.

customer Mick Jagger said virtual concert technology offers bands like the Rolling Stones a “breakthrough” to secure their legacy.

Parton also joked that “any intelligence” she had and “everything” about her was artificial.

She has repeatedly mentioned the plastic surgery she has undergone.

Parton also said she was “very disappointed” that her husband Carl Dean “loved” Sir Mick and wanted him on the new album.

She added: “I wanted him to sing on ‘Satisfaction,’ but he wanted something new and different. I don’t blame him for that. So I did it with P!nk and Brandi Carlyle.” We got to sing along.

“We kept looking for the right songs, but he was doing an album in LA and some stuff in Nashville and I missed him everywhere. I chased him around like a high school girl.”

Parton also said that while Dean had referred to an earlier cover of Led Zeppelin’s Stairway to Heaven as “Stairway to Hell”, he seemed to enjoy covering more recent rock songs.

she said: “I picked some songs that he loved and some that I liked… I sat him down and played[the album]all the way through.

“So at the end he said, ‘That’s really good.’ It got better, and to be honest, I wanted to please him more than anyone else.”

Parton also revealed whether the album was inspired by the 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.

She initially resisted the honor, stating that she would “resign with dignity,” but later said she would try to “live up to the honor.”

“I didn’t want to receive (the honor) because I didn’t think I had it,” Parton said Thursday at the Four Seasons Hotel London. That’s the main reason I moved on[rock music]. ”

Rockstar includes 9 original songs and 21 famous rock anthems.

The album is set to be released on November 17, 2023.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/dolly-parton-paul-mccartney-rockstar-mick-jagger-abba-b2366691.html Dolly Parton talks about AI but doesn’t want to leave her soul ‘on earth’

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