lick Dr. Shiva Kintali | Founder & CEO of True Dat.

Dr. Shiva Kintali is the Founder & CEO of True Dat. Before starting True Dat, he taught in the Computer Science department of Princeton University for four years.

He is a frequent public speaker on AI, Blockchain, Cryptography and Game theory and their socio-economic and cultural impact.

His (academic and industry, theoretical and practical) experience spans algorithm design, complexity theory, cryptography, machine learning, blockchain protocols, algorithmic game theory, structural graph theory, natural language processing, information retrieval, high-performance computing, compiler design and large-scale graph algorithms. He is researching Blockchain protocols (scalability, stability and privacy) since 2012.

He received his PhD in Computer Science from Georgia Institute of Technology, Masters in Computer Science from University of Southern California and B-Tech in Computer Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

True Dat app — A Truth Machine in your pocket

True Dat’s products are aimed at simplifying trust and truth in the digital world.

We have developed a data integrity solution to prevent and detect fake videos, fake photos, fake audio, fake credentials, fake identity and fake products using AI, ML, Computer vision and Blockchain.

Our Mission is to “Prevent data tampering, fraud and misinformation and reduce operational inefficiencies”

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