Photoshop’s ‘Content Credentials’ Embeds Attribution Data into Photos | PetaPixel

The Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) was founded by Adobe, Twitter, and the New York Times in 2019 as a way to battle against image disinformation and increase the trust and transparency of content shared online — namely images and photos. In the two years since it was founded, the CAI has expanded to more than 350 members, and now includes Agence France-Presse (AFP) and Nikon.

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