Advances in video technologies have made it possible for just about anyone to create deepfakes that are difficult to detect and that are typically used maliciously or to spread false information. To address such issues, techniques are presented herein that leverage non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in an innovative and automated fashion as a way to authoritatively designate a video or other piece of digital technology as an "original," and to digitally authenticate videoconference recordings that employ different video conferencing services. Aspects of the presented techniques support an NFT Broker Service that provides a customizable framework that can be configured to handle interactions between any meeting platform and any blockchain of choice and can support any type of meeting or event (e.g., physical, virtual, or hybrid).
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Patterson, Chad; Singh, Vivek; Kaur, Chatur; Aubineau, Caroline; and Hanes, David, "NON-FUNGIBLE TOKEN (NFT) BROKER SERVICE TO ENSURE AUTHENTICITY OF MEETINGS AND EVENTS", Technical Disclosure Commons, (October 20, 2021)