Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area in the United States and Torino, Italy in Europe, X Reality Safety Intelligence (XRSI) is the world’s leading organization dedicated to providing intelligence and advisory services that are vital for the protection and well-being of emerging technology ecosystems. With a strong emphasis on critical aspects such as safety, privacy, security, human rights, human well-being, responsible innovation, governance, and regulation, XRSI offers comprehensive expertise to ensure the responsible and ethical advancement of emerging technologies.

By emphasizing Human Intelligence, XRSI brings together a global network of experts and thought leaders committed to shaping the future of technology in a way that prioritizes the welfare of individuals and society as a whole. We offer standardization, certification, policymaking, and workforce development professional advisory services for the emerging technology domain.

What we do

XRSI, as the first such global effort, provides impartial, practical information about Immersive and emerging technologies-related risks and opportunities to governments, individuals, corporations, universities, agencies, and other organizations worldwide.

XRSI has created various programs focusing on the most critical aspects of the immersive and emerging technologies domains, such as Medical XR (Medical XR Advisory Council), Child Safety (Child Safety Initiative), Diversity and Inclusion (CyberXR Coalition), Trustworthy Journalism (Ready Hacker One), and the Metaverse Reality Check (The MRC), an oversight board by and for the citizens. XRSI launched the first novel XRSI Privacy and Safety Framework for XR and Spatial Computing domain, which has been well received and has been a point of discussion among the key stakeholders and many regulatory entities worldwide. XRSI is currently working on several standards and frameworks, including Medical XR and Child Safety frameworks, for addressing global Privacy and Safety issues. 

Global XRSI Collaborations

Global XRSI Contributions