AI and photography: Universal or a copyright stealing vampire
Edward Rothman is a software developer who has been involved in image processing since the 1980’s. He has repeatedly worked at the inception of many of the major technological changes that have affected photography, including working on Nikon’s first digital camera in 1997. Most recently he has been working on machine learning and generative adversarial networks image processing. His talk will be entitled ’AI and photography: Universal or copyright stealing vampire’ He will talk about the benefits and pitfalls of AI in photography and image generation.