Kodak Is Using Blockchain To Spot Unlicensed Images Around The Web
Kodak will launch a new platform, KodakOne, designed to protect the image rights of photographers
Kodak wants to provide photographers with protection for their image rights with its new blockchain program, KodakOne. Photographers who sign up will have their work safeguarded against unauthorized use by uploading their images to an encrypted digital ledger of ownership. Once in the blockchain, bots scour the internet for the image, distinguishing between properly licensed photos and ones that are used illegally.
Photographers on the platform also have the opportunity to sell their work on there and earn KodakCoin, the company’s new cryptocurrency. Kodak will launch the ICO for KodakCoin on January 31.
Before you start filling up your calendars with conferences to spark your business innovation and personal growth this year, add CXI 2018 conference to your wish list! For its 12th year running, PSFK is hosting an intimate conference where emerging pioneers and established experts will take the stage to discuss all things innovation around the new consumer experience.
Howard is the Founder and Creative Director of YourStudio, Howard Sullivan has come in contact with the some of the world’s most iconic brands in air travel, retail, and hospitality designing interiors across the globe, from London and New York to Australia and Asia. When Howard is not inspiring the young minds of the Royal College of Art as a guest lecturer or reporting on “the importance of origins” and Milan Design Trends of 2013, Howard can be found traveling dipping into new galleries and interesting shops and cafes soaking up whatever new experiences find him there.
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