Cornell Tech & NYU
Protecting Amateur Creativity in the Age of Generative AI
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Kat Geddes is a joint Postdoctoral Fellow at the NYU School of Law and the Digital Life Initiative at Cornell Tech. Her research focuses on the normative compatibility of predictive computational models with legal and political institutions. She also studies the intersection of information capitalism and intellectual property law, including the technological displacement of copyright jurisprudence, and the propertization of intangible resources. Kat is a Visiting Fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, and a frequent teaching fellow of CopyrightX at Harvard Law School. Before commencing her doctoral studies, Kat was a Research Fellow at Harvard Law School, working with governments in sub-Saharan Africa to promote access to affordable medicines, and a judicial clerk at the Supreme Court of New South Wales. She holds an LLB/B.Comm from the University of New South Wales, an LLM from Cambridge University, an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and a JSD from NYU Law.