Named as one of 25 “Rising Stars – Top Female Lawyers in the UK” by Law.com, Kelsey Farish is a London-based media and technology lawyer. She is regarded as one of Europe’s leading legal experts on AI-generated media (synthetic media).
Her academic research and practical advice on deepfakes and Internet regulations have seen her appear before the European Parliament to advise on proposed deepfake legislation, as well as on national media to include Channel 4 Dispatches and BBC Radio.
In addition to her day-to-day work as a lawyer, she often speaks at industry events and is an advisory board member of vera.AI, a European research consortium working to combat disinformation online through advanced artificial intelligence technologies.
I’m a London-based media and technology lawyer at DAC Beachcroft, and have been researching and writing about deepfakes for a few years. In light of my recent interview for Deep Fakes: Can You Trust Your Eyes? (Dispatches, Channel 4, 28 December) here is a list of my key publications about this fascinating form of synthetic… Read more
This article was co-authored by myself and my colleague, trainee lawyer Alexander Dimitrov. It was originally published on our law firm’s website on 10 December 2020. To what extent does an individual footballer actually ‘own’ his or her image rights? Could a footballer object to the use of their image and attributes in a video… Read more