Dr. Emily L. Spratt is an arts and technology academic and consultant. As a fellow at Columbia University in the Data Science Institute, Emily’s current research focuses on the philosophical, ethical, and legal implications of AI-enhanced technologies for the analysis, generation, and curation of art and architecture, and digital images more broadly. Emily completed her Ph.D. at Princeton University and also holds degrees from the University of California, Los Angeles, and Cornell University. Emily taught in the Department of Art History at Rutgers University, has been a member of several technology labs, and also has experience in the art market and the museum and cultural heritage sector. She holds advisory positions for Duke University’s Ethical Tech Program, the Artificial Intelligence Finance Institute, the tech accelerator Exponential Impact, the cultural heritage foundation Iconem, The Frick Collection and Art Reference Library, and the Defense Innovator Accelerator with NSIN.