Project "Integrity Distributed" wins Financial Times Digital Innovation Award 2022


Photo by Milad Fakurian on Unsplash

Photo by Milad Fakurian on Unsplash

Integrity Distributed, a project created by Camera Culture PhD student Praneeth Vepakomma in strong collaboration with Professor Ramesh Raskar, Professor Eugene Soltes, Matt Galvin (previously with AB inBev), and Vincent Walden (Kona AI), won a Financial Times Innovation Award under the Digital Innovation category this year. The project was selected as one of three award winners, from a pool of 15 finalists. The team was also advised by law firms Davis Polk; Covington & Burling; Paul Hastings; Debevoise & Plimpton; and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. 

Integrity Distributed's technology facilitates the process of sharing intelligence between leading organizations to effectively identify compliance breaches. A number of Fortune 500 companies are involved, and the distributed technology enables organizations all over the world to contribute their anti-fraud and anti-corruption intelligence in a collaborative consortium model.

During his PhD program, Praneeth Vepakomma is advised by Media Lab professor Ramesh Raskar. 

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