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Keynote Speakers

Paper Submission


2022 ICPRLink opens in a new window Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Multimedia Forensics and Disinformation Detection

Authors are invited to submit papers up to 6 pages plus unlimited pages for references in the IEEE format. Submissions to AI4MFDD 2022 should have no substantial overlap with any other paper submitted to ICPR 2022 or any paper already published. Papers presented AI4MFDD 2022 will appear in the IEEE Xplore digital library. Papers should follow the ICPR conference format (single-blind)Link opens in a new window. Papers can be submitted using the EasyChairLink opens in a new window.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Deepfake detection
  • Multimedia (including social media) provenance attribution and identification
  • Multimedia forgery detection
  • Deepfake dataset creation
  • Multimedia content integrity verification through intrinsic and extrinsic data
  • Multimedia copyright protection through intrinsic and extrinsic data
  • Anti-forensics and counter anti-forensics measures
  • Disinformation detection
  • Sybil nodes and sybil network detection
  • Analysis of disinformation creation and distribution through social networks
  • Disinformation dataset creation
  • Analysis and detection of propaganda and hoaxes detection

The workshop will be held online

Important Dates:

Paper submission Deadline: May 16th, 2022. Extended to: May 30th, 2022
Decision to Authors: May 30th, 2022. June 13th, 2022. June 20th, 2022
Camera-ready papers due: June 6th, 2022. June 20th, 2022. Extended to July 4th, 2022
Workshop date: August 21st, 2022

Publication of accepted papers

1. All ICPR2022 workshop proceedings will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.

2. The corresponding author of each accepted paper should fill in and sign the Consent to Publish form. In this form, please:

    • Use Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Multimedia Forensics and Disinformation Detection (AI4MFDD) as the Title of the Book or Conference Name.
    • Use the following names (in order) as Volume Editor(s) Name(s):

Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Bill Kapralos
Henrik I. Christensen
Michael Jenkin
Cheng-Lin Liu
Gregory Dudek
Zhouchen Lin
Simone Marinai
Ingela Nyström

3. Please read Section 3 of Instructions for Authors of Papers to be Published in Springer Computer Science Proceedings to prepare the final paper. Note that the LNCS series uses a template that is different from the one used by the main ICPR conference.

4. Put all required documents and the Consent to Publish form in a zip file and email it to Victor Sanchez ( by September 4th, 2022.