You can start the experience by heading to billie.withyoutube.com or slap on a hashtag to give it a start-up twist like billie.withyoutube.com/#toy%20chicken. The music video collects nearly every single covers and blends them together, using machine learning to align each one within quarter-beats of the original.
Fans can watch the infinite "Bad Guy" video here and see a preview of it below.
'So you think you're a tough guy?' Billie Eilish sings in her super-popular pop song, Bad Guy. YouTube says that this unique AI experiment uses machine learning to bring thousands of covers together, seamlessly aligning them in endless combinations, creating a music video that's different every time you watch it. "This is a thank-you to Billie and all her friends".
For those that tune in to watch the infinite video a few times, you'll notice something different. YouTube says that with this data, YouTube was able to line up all kinds of different covers and switch seamlessly between them.
The site also includes scrolling hashtags so viewers can find "bad guy" covers based on genre and instruments used.
What's more, YouTube says that two people wouldn't see the same sequence twice 'from now through the end of the universe'.
If you're still a bit confused, it can easily be explained as follows: "Bad Guy" has been covered by nearly every language, instrument, and country.
In 2020 alone, Eilish's movies have garnered greater than 4 billion world views on her official YouTube channel. Her YouTube page has over 35 million subscribers, a feat that puts her in the top 15 of the most-subscribed music artists on the platform. She co-wrote "Bad Man" along with her brother Finneas O'Connell, who additionally produced the monitor. However, she is very excited for fans to hear the record when the timing is right. "I'm very excited and hopeful for the future". Which cover have you been impressed with most so far?