Adobe Photoshop can now identify 'shopped images

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Adobe Photoshop can now identify 'shopped images

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Something to watch for to help you get credit when due for your images "borrowed" by others.
Adobe has unveiled a new attribution tool for Photoshop that will help consumers better understand the authenticity of images while giving proper credit to creators. Part of Adobe’s open source Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI), the prototype feature will allow creators to add their name, location and edit history to photos, among other tags. That will create what Adobe calls a “tamper evident” paper trail for an image, allowing users to identify authentic versus deepfake images and even see how they were created...

...It will be available to select customers in Photoshop and Behance via a beta release in the coming weeks.
Adobe Photoshop can now identify 'shopped images
Oct 20/20
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