Darren Oliveiro-Priestnall & Joseph Christopherson
Atlas City Global
Darren is CEO of Atlas City with more than 20yrs of experience in the software engineering and technology industry. Member of the British Computer Society as well as a Certified Blockchain Professional. Darren is a space-mad entrepreneur and IT expert specialised in extreme computing involving massive amounts of data, focused on specific industries such as lawtech, water utilities and supply chain. When he’s not in the office he regularly speaks at conferences and other events as well as provide the occasional speaking arrangement at universities including Oxford Blockchain Society.
Joseph Christopherson – Co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer, with a Masters in Architecture and Urban Design from Aarhus Architecture School in Denmark, one of Europe’s highest ranked Schools. Joseph's dissertation “The Digital Divide: The case for fracturing urbanism and emergence of technological mutability”. He has won runner-up prizes for numerous Hackathons and was a top 10 finalist for Europe's largest Blockchain
Hackathon in 2017.
TRUST IN THE DIGITAL AGE
Atlas City has built the ‘Catalyst Network’ to tackle problems of Trust in the Legal Contract Lifecycle. The legal sector will be charged with guiding customers in managing an explosion of data, from IOT and ever-growing sources, including ML data creation. It will no longer be commercially practical to reconcile across disparate centralised databases; Customer Experience will drive success (speed and certainty); Smart Contracts will need to stand-up to legal scrutiny.
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