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Ana Andrijevic is a PhD Candidate at the University of Geneva (Switzerland) as well as a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School (Fall Semester 2023). She studied at the University of Geneva where she obtained a Bachelor of Law, a Master of International and European Law and a Certificate of Transnational Law. From 2017 to 2022, she was a research and teaching assistant to Professor Jacques de Werra at the University of Geneva, and she is currently writing a PhD thesis under his supervision on the impact of artificial intelligence on copyright. She completed a series of research stays at the Institute for Technology & Society in Rio de Janeiro (2019, Boninchi Foundation Fellowship), at the Max Planck for Innovation and Competition in Munich (2022, Ernst & Lucie Schmidheiny Foundation Fellowship), and the Center for Law, Technology and Society at the University of Ottawa (2023, with the support of a Doc.Mobility Fellowship awarded by the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, as well as Scotiabank Doctoral Scholarship awarded by the AI + Society Initiative at the University of Ottawa).