Aspera is a decentralized platform designed to provide a smart contract dispute resolution service through an interactive mediation process based on artificial intelligence systems. The process is able to learn from each conflict and subsequently improve itself, just like a human mediator. Our primary goal is to foster the creation of a business-friendly environment in the blockchain world by achieving win-win agreements in case of dispute. Aspera is committed to bring trust in a no-trust environment, ensuring that the millions of users who trade anonymously every day can resolve any issues with the other contracting party on a 24/7 basis without revealing their identity.

Aspera Anonymous Dispute Resolution - Short Paper / Gangemi, Andrea; Ravot, Giulio Stefano. - (2022).

Aspera Anonymous Dispute Resolution - Short Paper

Gangemi, Andrea;
2022

Abstract

Aspera is a decentralized platform designed to provide a smart contract dispute resolution service through an interactive mediation process based on artificial intelligence systems. The process is able to learn from each conflict and subsequently improve itself, just like a human mediator. Our primary goal is to foster the creation of a business-friendly environment in the blockchain world by achieving win-win agreements in case of dispute. Aspera is committed to bring trust in a no-trust environment, ensuring that the millions of users who trade anonymously every day can resolve any issues with the other contracting party on a 24/7 basis without revealing their identity.
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