Record authenticated video in the era of "fake news."
Recordings of controversial events may be disputed by the other side who try to claim your evidence was Photoshopped or manipulated. Recordings made with Amber are fingerprinted with an immutable chain of custody record: their authenticity can be mathematically proven.
Situations to use Amber:
-disputes with law enforcement
-events where video could become evidence and be used in court or sent to the press
-events with outcomes that affect multiple stakeholders
Amber unequivocally proves a video's authenticity -- critical in an increasingly polemical world where it's getting easier to create and distribute fakes, disinformation, and propaganda.
Amber Video fingerprints (cryptographically signs) recorded video and writes those fingerprints to an Ethereum smart contract. This creates an immutable chain of custody entry for the video where multiple parties can independently confirm the veracity of the video evidence. When fingerprints match, it means the video is authentic and the video is unaltered since being recorded.
Amber Video creates a trustless environment to authenticate and verify visual evidence. (You don't even have to trust Amber!)
-Amber requests access to your camera, microphone, and GPS data as part of its authenticating process
-Your videos are private by default
-You can choose to share your videos
-You can unshare at any time and your videos will no longer be accessible
-New users get free credit to authenticate video; more credit can be purchased via in-app purchases
Advanced artificial intelligence technology, known as deepfakes, is rapidly advancing at editing images, audio, and video. It is nearing the ability to maliciously 'Photoshop' recordings so people will appear to say and do things they actually had not. And it will look deceptively real and imperceptible to the human eye.
But not to Amber Video.
Amber Video identifies any and every change.
The existence of fake video will cast doubt on even genuine recordings. Amber Video is the solution to preserve truth.
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