Ge Zheng
Tech Talks (Day 2-3)
Professor & PhD Supervisor
Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Ge Zheng is a professor at KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He  specializes in Legal and Political Philosophy, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and Law and Technology. He has taught at the Law Schools of Peking University (1998-2004) and the University of Hong Kong (2004-2014), and has been a visiting scholar/visiting professor at the University of Toronto in Canada, the University of Michigan, Duke University and Columbia University in the United States. He has published over 100 articles in the fields of jurisprudence, constitutional law, and the interdisciplinary field of digital technology and law, with many papers becoming most-cited academic papers in China. His representative books include

The Legal Configuration of the Digital Society (Shanghai People's Publishing House, 2023) and Is Legal Scholarship a Kind of Social Sciences? (Law Press China, 2022).

Event Introduction
Tech Talks (Day 2-3)
 · 06/26 (Day 2)
Reimagine Food
4.2H - Silk Road Hall
The Dawn of AI in the F&B Consumer Market
[Panel Discussion] From Data to Copyright: The Real-World Challenges of AI Applications

The double-edged nature of AI applications presents numerous challenges for businesses deploying AI. For instance, when using AI algorithms to drive personalized marketing, there is a risk of reinforcing data biases or infringing on consumer privacy. Similarly, AI-generated creative content might raise copyright infringement issues. To overcome these real-world challenges and maximize AI's potential, food companies must work closely with data scientists and AI solution providers.

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