Harry Jiang

Harry is a Machine Learning Scientist with two years of industry experience. He was an author on a recent academic paper, "AI Art and its Impact on Artists," evaluating the economic, legal, and societal ramifications of AI image generator products. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a Master's degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and from University of Toronto with a Bachelors of Applied Science.

Participant Schedule

Friday 10/27 12:30PM - 1:30PM

Art and Law: Empowering Artists Against Ai

Room 211 | Steven Zapata, Harry Jiang, Karla Ortiz, Travis Manfredi (Saveri lawfirm)

Navigate the intersection of art and law in this pivotal session aimed at equipping artists in the age of AI. Explore the increasing challenges of Generative AI scraping and artist identity theft, and arm yourself with the knowledge and tools essential for protection. This talk is designed to empower creatives to safeguard their work and identity, offering practical strategies and legal insights to combat the risks emerging in the digital landscape. Don’t miss the chance to fortify your artistic future in this era of technological advancement.