Hazel Savage and Aron Pettersson have gone into business after meeting at an Entrepreneur First conference in Singapore. Brit Savage had worked for Pandora and Shazam, and Swede Pettersson was a data scientist. They co-founded Musiio, a tool that uses artificial intelligence for music selection and curation. Savage had worked places where employees were expected to sift through 1,300 music tracks a day. In an eight-hour shift, a person can only fairly listen to a quarter as many. What’s more, people burn out after listening to 20 tracks. By way of contrast, Musiio can listen to 1,000 tracks in 4 hours. Unlike other tools for streaming tailored musical content, which may rely on statistics and third-party marketing data, Musiio categorizes songs using only the audio content. While a dashboard for personal use may be in long-term plans, Musiio is currently only being made available as a service to labels looking for new talent and agencies seeking background music. One track, Kurt Vile’s “I Wanted Everything,” had been played 3,000 times in eight years before it was listed by Musiio; two weeks later it had notched 10,000 plays.