Image Verification Assistant
A platform for detection of manipulated content in online images.
Image Verification Assistant is a platform for checking the veracity of online images.
Some of its key features are the following:
- Integrates 12 image forensics algorithms and a fusion algorithm for generating easy-to-interpret manipulation localization maps.
- Allows metadata inspection (EXIF, IPTC, Photoshop and more).
- Estimates the software/hardware origin of JPEG images.
- Supports quick reverse image search on Google.
Image Verification Assistant is a platform for checking the veracity of online images. It provides a wide range of tools for finding out whether an image has been manipulated and for localizing its manipulated regions. It integrates twelve image forensics algorithms and a fusion algorithm  that generates easy-to-interpret manipulation localization maps. Furthermore, the assistant features a provenance estimator  for estimating the origin of JPEG images, supporting popular social media platforms, image editing software and cameras. Also, it provides tools for metadata inspection, while it supports quick reverse image search on Google.
 Charitidis, P., Kordopatis-Zilos, G., Papadopoulos, S., & Kompatsiaris, I. (2021, June). Operation-wise Attention Network for Tampering Localization Fusion. In 2021 International Conference on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing (CBMI) (pp. 1-6). IEEE.
 Identifying image provenance in the wild: https://mever.gr/2022/11/09/identifying-image-provenance-in-the-wild/