Research project leveraging collaboration to better detect corruption

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A nonprofit organization has launched a collaborative research project seeking to develop anti-corruption detection technology that includes academic, technological, and corporate partners.

Integrity Distributed (InDi) is developing a platform designed to find patterns of improper payments in corporate third-party payment systems without those companies having to share their raw payment data.

InDi is comprised of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard Business School, technology companies Kona AI and Integra Ledger, five corporate law firms, and eight global Fortune 500 companies. The project received its initial round of funding from the AB InBev Foundation.

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