Shaping the Future of Media: Nota Rolls Out C2PA Integration, Elevating AI Transparency in Newsrooms

Empowering Ethical Journalism: Nota Integrates C2PA Standards for Unmatched Digital Media Verification and Transparency

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, December 14, 2023 / — Nota, a leader in Assistive AI technology, is excited to announce the incorporation of the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA) standards into its suite of applications. These standards, backed by Microsoft, Adobe, Sony and other major media and technology companies, represent the latest in AI transparency work, and are a milestone in Nota’s ongoing mission to deliver the industry’s most transparent and assistive AI tools for journalists.

The integration of’s advanced provenance technology into Nota’s applications equips them with superior content verification capabilities, ensuring the authenticity and trustworthiness of digital media. In today’s landscape, where misinformation is a significant concern, this feature is crucial. Nota’s applications, embedded with digital provenance markers, enable journalists to ascertain the origin and evolution of digital content, thus providing an unparalleled degree of transparency and reliability in their reporting.

Ginny Badanes, Senior Director at Democracy Forward at Microsoft and an advocate for C2PA, remarks on this significant collaboration: “The integration of C2PA standards by Nota is a pivotal achievement in promoting trusted journalism. Nota’s incorporation of content provenance technology into their applications exemplifies the potential of technology to bolster digital media’s credibility, a necessity in our current era.”

Josh Brandau, CEO of Nota, said “Content provenance standards within our toolset reaffirm our dedication to equipping journalists with the most advanced and dependable assistive AI tools. We are committed to providing solutions that uphold the principles of truth and transparency.”

This integration signifies Nota’s latest initiative in enhancing digital content integrity. In the forthcoming two releases, Nota plans to extend the implementation of content provenance markers across its entire range of tools, reinforcing its position as a frontrunner in AI technology and an advocate for ethical journalism.

Nota invites journalists and media professionals to see what Nota can do. For detailed information about Nota’s Assistive AI tools and the C2PA integration, please visit Additionally, Microsoft’s Journalism Hub offers further resources for journalists.

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