Dydon secures a place in the Deceleration program in Spain


The Zurich based Dydon AG, offering a flexible AI platform which simplifies the usage of AI for business experts, is one of 25 global startups to participate in Decelera’s acceleration program in Menorca. Startups will have the chance to validate their ideas with the support of influential business leaders.


Decelera, the world's first deceleration program for techno-sustainable startups, offers a two-week program for validation of the startup’s business objectives. The program also offers one-to-one meetings and inspirational talks between the participating entrepreneurs and renowned business leaders. For the fifth edition, the program received more than 500 entrepreneurial projects from all continents and 77 nationalities. Only 25 startups were selected based on a series of criteria, such as the development of the startup, growth potential, the team or proposed solution to improve the planet. Decelera will celebrate the fifth edition from May 24 to June 4, bringing together 25 global startups, 60 business leaders, twenty investors and a dozen corporations to create a community which contributes to the sustainable growth of startups. One of the 25 startups is the Swiss startup Dydon AG, selected for the innovativeness of its flexible AI platform. Dydon’s platform utilizes the latest machine learning technologies and simplifies the usage of AI for business experts. A versatile AI platform has been realized using the latest state-of-the-art AI methodologies that help business experts to prototype and develop final AI applications in hours and days instead of weeks and months. The AI platform philosophy allows a step by step realization and integration of individual AI solutions for different business topics under one unifying system umbrella. This will avoid any future problems having to deal with huge numbers of individual and siloed AI solutions. Use cases for Dydon’s AI platform are, to name but a few, continuous monitoring of latest regulatory changes, risk analysis of legacy insurance contracts, automatic medical products classification, and continued monitoring of external information supporting the risk analysis of investment assets. “I am extremely proud to be one of the ‘chosen few’ for this Decelera program. Over the past two years, we have tested and validated the Dydon technology platform for different solutions and applications. Now, we intend to scale-up the company. We are eager to learn and receive feedback from peers and successful entrepreneurs, and integrate these findings in our plans as we move forward”, says Hans-Peter Güllich, founder of Dydon.(Press release)photo: Unsplash