Lu Yang: (Visual China Incident) involves how new technologies can be integrated with traditional IP systems, not just the technology itself.

According to the First Financial News, on April 10, the first black hole photo was released, and a stone provoked a thousand waves. Unexpectedly, it was not gravitational waves, but China's largest commercial image licensing company, Visual China. As technology advances, it becomes easier to identify whether an image is infringing, which makes copyright lawsuits even more high. A few years ago, Kodak had hoped to use blockchain technology to develop a set of image infringement traceability system, but the industry believes that this is a "more complicated problem than technology." Lu Yang, the founder of the domestic blockchain company, said to reporters: "This incident seems to be a legal issue of copyright, but it is actually a question of IP management, which involves how new technologies can be integrated with traditional IP systems, not just It is the technology itself."