Baidu has Launched its latest Blockchain Platform to help Photographers

Nishanth Shetty

Nishanth Shetty

April 13, 2018 10:57 am

Baidu has Launched its latest Blockchain Platform to help Photographers | Coindelite News
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Baidu’s news Blockchain Platform will be the Best option for Photographers

Baidu has introduced a new blockchain platform called Totem, which could help protect photographers from copyright infringement.

The Chinese internet firm Baidu, which draws the association with Google, has introduced another blockchain platform.

Totem will be announced as a tool for helping photographers save their work against unauthorized use and also for connecting the customers who are in need of stock photos with images those match their desires.

The service also includes writing copyright information, a timestamp for the blockchain of each of photographs on the platform and creating unique data which could recommend everyone to those copyrights.

Moreover, the platform’s AI will be performing some tasks using image analysis for developing a “picture Tag smart recommendation and image retrieval subsystem” for entities those look forward to using copyrighted images, it can also help monitor images which have been used with the copyright owner’s permission and identify instances of unapproved publication.

Baidu has become a member of Hyperledger back in 2017, later in January, it announced that it had launched a blockchain-as-a-service platform, where other entities can develop solutions related to cryptocurrency, insurance management, financial auditing, etc.


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