Partnerships & Alliances

Working Partnerships


Who is XRSI

XR Safety Initiative (XRSI) is a global 501(c)(3) non-profit that promotes privacy, security, and ethics in immersive environments (virtual reality, mixed reality, and augmented reality). XRSI’s mission is to aid in developing inclusive and safe experiences so XR stakeholders can make informed decisions. XRSI accomplish this by identifying novel cybersecurity, privacy, and ethical risks and proposing potential mitigation strategies. As the first global initiative of its kind, XRSI is uniquely positioned to provide impartial, actionable information about XR-related risks and opportunities to individuals, corporations, universities, government agencies, and other organisations worldwide.

The Bigger Pie

Who is The Bigger Pie

The Bigger Pie is a community that empowers, advises, and supports women to learn, teach, work, and lead in blockchain and emerging technologies. Their mission is to elevate the industry by helping women navigate the cutting edge of innovation, change, and opportunity.

The Bigger Pie believes that Web 3 companies benefit when more women occupy founder, C-suite, and board positions, and they work to make this vision a reality. Founded in 2019, the community provides women (and those transitioning into Web 3) with the technical expertise, leadership skills, and network they need to influence the Web 3 world.

Led by Bridget Greenwood, The Bigger Pie has already created business opportunities, collaborations, and new revenue for its members and Web 3 partners over the past three years. With their commitment to supporting women in the industry, they are sure to continue making a positive impact on Web 3 for years to come.


Who is RIIot

This Virtual Reality and IoT Company offers end-to-end corporate training, compliance, and educational solutions using virtual and augmented reality, as well as IoT integration with predictive AI models. RIIoT leverages best-in-class data analytics and visualisation to promote collaboration and provide actionable insights for its clients.


Data Reply

Who is Data Reply

Data Reply is a subsidiary of the Reply group that provides a variety of analytics and data processing services. They work directly with executive-level professionals and Chief Executive Officers across various industries and business functions to enable them to achieve meaningful outcomes through the effective use of data.

Data Reply assists businesses in designing and implementing human-centred data products in order to develop enterprise solutions from embryonic concepts. Furthermore, they intend to manage tradeoffs between business requirements and technical constraints by developing comprehensive data architectures and ensuring data security and protection.

Data Reply has strong competencies in Big Data Engineering, Data Science, RPA, and IPA; they construct Big data platforms and implement ML and AI models in a repeatable, efficient, scalable, simple, and secure manner; and assist businesses in combinatorial optimisation processes using Quantum Computing techniques that enable a high-performance computing engine.

Purpose-Driven Alliances

UN for Women – WEPs

Who is UN for Women – Women’s Empowerment Principles

UN for Women is the United Nations organisation responsible for delivering programmes, policies, and standards that uphold women’s human rights and ensure that every woman and girl reach their full potential.

The Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs) are business guidelines for promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment in the workplace, market, and community. Established by the UN Global Compact and UN Women, the WEPs are based on international labour and human rights standards and recognise that businesses have a stake in and responsibility for gender equality and women’s empowerment.

WEPs are the primary mechanism for corporate delivery of gender equality dimensions of the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.

UN for Women/WEPs – MKAI

MKAI aims to be a role model and enabler for other AI companies looking to empower women. Increasing the number of female AI engineers and managers will help find the right balance in the AI field and serve as a catalyst for raising awareness about the importance of incorporating human values into AI systems that are equitable and accessible to all.

In a multi-year programme and partnership with UN Women and MKAI member associations, the MKAI will implement the WEPs across three distinct workstreams:

  • Equal treatment of all gender MKAI employees
  • Representation of women in MKAI’s internal decision-making bodies and external engagement
  • Women in MKAI Forums that encourage the promotion of best practices in the field of human intelligence in a multi-year program and partnership with UN Women


Who is UNESCO:

On November 16, 1945, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was founded. More than constructing classrooms in war-torn nations and publishing scientific breakthroughs are required for this specialised United Nations agency. Education, Social and Natural Science, Culture, and Communication are the means to a much loftier objective: to construct peace in the minds of women and men.


We are excited to announce that has signed a tribute to support UNESCO in securing information for the public good of civil society.

Digital platforms are used by over three billion people worldwide and have a tremendous impact on public space, our daily interactions, and our access to information. At MKAI, appropriate regulation is of utmost importance to protect freedom of expression and access to reliable information while tackling the harms of digital platforms. Therefore, we support UNESCO’s efforts to develop guidelines for regulating platforms, which promote content moderation policies that respect human rights, transparency of platform processes and redress rights, empowerment of users, platform accountability towards proclaimed policies, and the setting up of an independent regulatory body.

To fully realise the impact of these guidelines, we call for a multi-stakeholder approach fuelled by active engagement from civil society organisations. At MKAI, we pledge to play our full role in this process and to work towards securing information as a public good. Now is the time to act, and we’re excited to be part of this vital work.

CTCN – Climate Technology Centre and Network

Who is CTCN:

The UN Environment Programme hosts the CTCN, which is the implementation arm of the Technology Mechanism of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. At the request of developing countries, the Centre promotes the accelerated transfer of environmentally sound technologies for low-carbon and climate-resilient development. Utilising the expertise of a global network of technology companies and institutions, the CTC tailors technological solutions, capacity building, and advice on policy, legal, and regulatory frameworks to the specific needs of individual countries.


As a network member, we join a global community of organisations working together to accelerate the development and transfer of climate technologies. The CTCN promotes international cooperation in addressing climate change challenges and supporting the global transition to a low-carbon, climate-resilient future.

By becoming a part of the CTCN, MKAI reinforces its commitment to leveraging emerging technologies for a sustainable and greener future. This membership allows us to collaborate with fellow members and contribute our expertise in AI and other emerging technologies to drive climate innovation and enhance climate-resilient development across the world.