Save the Date: January 26, 2022

Digital Content Provenance: Possibilities & opportunities for the future of the internet in the deepfake and disinformation era

Join us for the release and demonstration of the 1.0 version of the end-to-end open technical standard for certifying the source and history of media content. Policymakers, academics and industry leaders will discuss the future of responsible digital media creation, publication and sharing.

Schedule and Agenda

This is a free, online event. Schedule and speakers subject to change.

Time (ET) Topic Speaker(s)
1300 Welcome and Introduction to the C2PA Dr. Eric Horvitz, Chief Scientific Officer, Microsoft
1315 View from Washington:
A discussion with Government Leaders on Content Provenance
Dana Rao, EVP, Adobe. Fireside Chat with Lindsay Gorman, Senior Policy Advisor for Technology Strategy, The White House Office of Science & Technology Policy.
1335 Panel: Provenance: Why Does It Matter? Moderator, Nina Schick, Author, Deepfakes: The Coming Infocalypse
Sam Gregory, Program Director, WITNESS
Dr. Hany Farid, Associate Dean and Professor, UC Berkeley Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Todd O’Boyle, Senior Manager, Public Policy, Twitter
Dr. Matthew Turek, Program Manager, DARPA, Information Innovation Office (I2O)
1405 Demonstration of C2PA 1.0 Spec
1425 Closing Remarks Jamie Angus, Senior Controller, News Output and Commissioning, BBC