Electronic music has been with us for 60 years or so but there was always a human in control. That's no longer the case, as the human musicians are replaced in a configuration called the Automatic Orchestra.
The Automatic Orchestra was designed by a group of students from the University of the Arts in Bremen and the Copenhagen Institute for Interaction Design, and consists of 12 pods, each with a microcontroller that's attached to speakers. All of the pods are connected with one another and data is transferred between them.
What you'll hear below starts out with Pod #1 originating the algorithm and then passing the data on to Pod #2, which then adds its own data and passes it to Pod #3, and so on.
While that might seem a bit too mathematical to some, there is an element of improvisation that's programmed in, so some pods actually introduce a measure of unpredictability, almost like a human would.
Check it out below. What's especially interesting is the dynamics of the piece.