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Open Media Forensics Challenge (OpenMFC) 2021 Workshop Presentations

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Haiying Guan, Yooyoung Lee, Lukas Diduch, Ilia Ghorbanian Bajgiran, Jim Horan

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The document contains the presentation slides of the First International Workshop on Open Media Forensics Challenge (workshop announcement: https://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2021/12/first-international-wor…), which was held on Dec. 7 -10, 2021, in conjunction with TRECVID 2021. OpenMFC is an evaluation series open to public participants worldwide to support media forensics research and help advance the state-of-the-art imagery (image and video) forensics technologies. NIST OpenMFC team designed a set of evaluation tasks and released a series of media forensics datasets to support the OpenMFC evaluation as well as other related research work. Since 2016, NIST has released MFC dataset to more than 500 individuals and 200 organizations from 26 countries and regions worldwide. The online evaluation is being conducted to examine the performance of the system's accuracy and robustness and provide the performance visualization on an online leaderboard platform. The OpenMFC workshop (workshop website: https://mfc.nist.gov/workshop) was open to the public. In the workshop (workshop agenda: https://mfc.nist.gov/workshopagenda), NIST OpenMFC team gave an overview of the OpenMFC 2021 results and proposed the plan for the OpenMFC 2022 evaluation. We also invited media forensic experts from academia, industry, and government to give the keynotes on media forensics and system development, AI-synthesized fake media, steganography images and steganalysis, media forensics evaluation, media manipulation and evaluation dataset generation, content authenticity, and anti-forensics, etc. The presentation document contains the following parts: • OpenMFC Workshop Open Remark (Day 1, presenter: Yooyoung) • OpenMFC Evaluation Program Overview (Day 1, presenter: Haiying) • Discussion 1: Evaluation Design (Day 1, presenter: Haiying) • OpenMFC 2020-2021 Evaluation Result (Day 2, presenter: Haiying) • OpenMFC Evaluation Platform Infrastructure (Day 2, presenter: Lukas) • Discussion 2: Evaluation Leaderboard & System Analysis (Day 2, presenter: Lukas and Haiying) • OpenMFC 2021-2022 Evaluation (Day3, presenter: Haiying) • Discussion 3: OpenMFC 2021-2022 Evaluation (Day3, presenter: Haiying) • OpenMFC Workshop Close Remark (Day 3, presenter: Jim)
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Open Media Forensics Challenge (OpenMFC) Evaluation Website

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Open Media Forensics Challenge (OpenMFC)

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Guan, H. , Lee, Y. , Diduch, L. , Ghorbanian Bajgiran, I. and Horan, J. (2022), Open Media Forensics Challenge (OpenMFC) 2021 Workshop Presentations, Open Media Forensics Challenge (OpenMFC) Evaluation Website, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=933793, https://mfc.nist.gov (Accessed December 8, 2022)
Created February 1, 2022, Updated November 29, 2022