1. Dexai – Etica Artificiale

Dexai is a startup that aims at giving structure and materiality to AI Ethics general principles, such as explainability of AI, trustworthiness, ethics by design and human-in-the-loop.

We are active in the field of EU-funded project and we have won three of them (ENGAGE, SOLARIS and LUCIA) in the field of AI ethic and legal compliance.

The core services of Dexai consist in the assessment and measurement of the level of compliance of a given subject with the principles of AI ethics and legal compliance. Moreover, given our experience in important consultancy and law firm (as well as in Academia), we adopt innovative solutions and methodologies to match AI Ethichs with ESG (Environmental, social, and governance) and SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) standards, in order to provide numerical scores and thresholds in a format that is suitable to be easily embedded in non-financial/ESG reports. From the second quarter of 2023 onwards, we are working on the scalability of our solution by means of AI and technology experts, who are developing a proprietary tool that will automatize part of our services.

From the end of 2022, we are also offering a number of additional services, such as trustworthiness and social acceptance assessment and improvement, External Ethics Officer (EEO) and education/training schemes and classes.

  1. Keplera

We created and provide LexHero, the all-in-one software to create, archive, share and e-sign legal documents dedicated to companies. We did this creating in-house our technology. We have a smart editor that helps to write easier and faster, we have an end-to-end encrypted archive a sharing environment and a digital e-sign with one time password or SPID. We are also integrating an AI tool to check contracts and verify potential risks. 

  1. Zephorum (winner)

Zephorum approaches the silver economy by enriching the theme of digital inheritance.

We have developed the first platform which allows users to express their desires about the future usage of their digital data after their death. We have created a standard protocol to obtain data portability from digital providers (e.g. Meta. Google. Apple, etc). The client purchases our digital inheritance services from our e-commerce platform. After the purchase, the client is contacted and provides the documents needed to start the procedure (for example ID, death certificate, etc). On our platform, the client can choose between two main options: Urn (right to be forgotten) or Mausoleum (right to be remembered). For each of these options, he/she can also decide to use the service for himself/herself, as a form of digital testament, or if he/she needs assistance, as an heir, to obtain the digital inheritance of a deceased relative.

The two main products, Urn and Mausoleum, enclose the entire digital existence of the deceased. In the physical world, the heirs dispose of the body of the deceased by choosing the appropriate funeral services. In the same way, Zephorum restores unity to the online presence of the person. How? By helping the heirs to carry out, at their request, an operation of downloading and removing data from providers (social networks, email and cloud) to which the deceased was registered. Then, the service encloses the data in a new digital product, usable exclusively privately (Urn) or publicly (Mausoleum) on the basis of the preferences of the heirs, who can finally have access to the digital heritage. By purchasing the Urn, the user chooses to give the loved one the right to be forgotten, and therefore keeps the data privately. By purchasing the Mausoleum, the user chooses to transfer the digital existence of the deceased into a single place online, Zephorum webetery (web+cemetery). The Mausoleum becomes a new social account managed by the designated heirs, which can also be visited by outsiders, who can send telegrams, obituaries and thoughts for the deceased and to his/her loved ones.