Virtual Summit on Deepfake Abuse

12:00 pm

Deepfake Abuse is Now Mainstream: What Can Tech Do?

A discussion on the responsibility of tech in mitigating the harm caused by deepfake abuse, and the work being done to make the digital landscape a safer place.
Speakers: Hany Farid (UC Berkeley),
Hany Farid (UC Berkeley)
Hany Farid is a Professor at the University of California, Berkeley with a joint appointment in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences and the School of Information. His research focuses on digital forensics, forensic science, misinformation, image analysis, and human perception.
Nina Jankowicz (Centre for Information Resilience, Moderator),
Nina Jankowicz (Centre for Information Resilience, Moderator)
Nina Jankowicz is an internationally-recognized expert on disinformation and democratization, one of TIME magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in AI, and the author of two books: How to Lose the Information War and How to Be A Woman Online.
Georgia Bullen (Superbloom),
Georgia Bullen (Superbloom)
Georgia is the Executive Director at Superbloom, a nonprofit leveraging design as a transformative practice to shift power in the tech ecosystem and change who technology serves. She brings 20 years of experience in usability, design, technology, policy and research to her work, contributing to the internet health movement on issues like security, privacy, open source, and equitable access to technology.
Nia Batts (Union Heritage),
Nia Batts (Union Heritage)
Nia Batts is a seasoned corporate executive, entrepreneur and investor. She is currently the Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director of Union Heritage, one of the nation’s leading minority-owned, diversified investment management companies. She's also a General Partner of its venture arm, Union Heritage Ventures; the only majority African-American owned, and majority women-owned venture capital firm