The European Copyright Directive in the single digital market, recently voted, aims to induce revenue sharing between platforms, press publishers and news agencies as well as content creators and to offer them a better control of their productions.
To achieve this it is essential first to identify the contents, second to enable their traceability. As a result these tools will also help the fight against the spread of fake news.
IMATAG offers you an inventory of fixtures as well as advanced technological solutions answering these challenges on June 6th during the CEPIC Congress.
9:30 – 9:40 THE INTERNET IS AT WAR
The European directive on copyright, identification and monetization of contents, fighting fake news and deep fake caused the creation of new weapons and attitudes on the internet; a brief inventory of solutions.
Speaker: Thierry SECRETAN, journalist, photographer, author, CSO IMATAG
9:40 – 10:00 DEEP FAKES, WEAPONS OF MASS DECEPTION
AI — which offer the means of countermeasure and probably of application of article 15 and 17 of the European Directive on copyright — are also at the heart of the problem since Google and Facebook are leaders on this niche.
Speaker: Gérald HOLUBOWICZ. Digital product manager at Libération.
10:00 – 10:10 Q&A
10:10 – 10:30 FIGHTING FAKE NEWS AND DEEP FAKE
Forensics techniques to detect changes in images: functioning, limits and application to particular images circulating on social networks. What are the deep fakes, how they are created and the difficulties to detect them.
Speaker: Ewa KIJAK Associate Professor at Rennes University
10:30 – 10:40 Q&A
10:40 – 11:10: TAGGING CONTENTS & IDENTIFICATION
The future of metadata. What press publishers and corporate need to understand. Launched by EDD and IMATAG the Register of Contents (RoC) marks and stores the contents of all the major news media: press, radio/tv and web
Speaker: Mathieu DESOUBEAUX CEO IMATAG
11:10 – 11:30 Q&A