Jessica Powell is the CEO and co-founder of Audioshake, which uses AI to deconstruct songs into instrumentals and stems so that labels, publishers, and artists can open up their songs for new opportunities. Powell spent over a decade at Google, where she sat on the company’s management team. Prior to that, she was at CISAC, the International Society of Authors and Composers in Paris. She is also the author of the novel, The Big Disruption: A Totally Fictional but Essentially True Silicon Valley Story, and is a frequent contributor to the New York Times, TIME, and elsewhere. You can find her on Twitter @themoko

About Audioshake
Audioshake uses AI to deconstruct songs into their stems so that they can be monetized in new ways. With customers ranging from major and indie labels, to music publishers, indie artists, and producers, Audioshake’s professional-quality instrumentals and stems have been used for samples, sync licensing, re-masters, re-mixes, spatial audio, gaming, and more. Called the “cleanest separation” stem tech by DJ Mag, the company is the winner of Sony’s 2021 Demixing challenge, beating out all other sound separation offerings, including from companies like Facebook, Byte Dance, and others.