Chainlink Virtual: Opportunities and Challenges in a World Powered by IoT, AI, a

Chainlink United Kingdom: Connected Smart Contracts

Wednesday, May 13, 2020, 1:00 – 3:00 PM UTC

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Join us for this Virtual Meetup anywhere you are in the world and from the comfort of your own home. 

Listen to Ian Keane, Head of Solution Engineering (UK and Ireland) for Oracle, as he offers a high level overview of the future with his presentation: Opportunities and Challenges in a World Powered by IoT, AI, and Blockchain. 

He will discuss The Singularity, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, AI, IoT, Analytics, Blockchains, and how they all tie together to create a future which Arthur C. Clarke, Kurzweil, and Asimov talked of. Come and learn how Chainlink can bring all this data together by allowing the combination of technologies to create externally aware automation. Understand the impacts of this data on trans humanism and the concurrent social implications of automation.


2:00 PM: Arrival

2:15 PM: Beginning of Presentation

Opportunities and Challenges in a World Powered by IoT, AI and Blockchain


Ian Keane - Oracle (Head of Solution Engineering for UK & Ireland)

My specialty is bringing highly talented people together with diverse backgrounds, fostering a team culture, coaching, and facilitating them to deliver their best performance to create value within a business.

Specialties: - Technology Leader - Solution Selling - Information Security Systems - Blockchain Technologies - Businesses Development


Charles Holmes - Chainlink (Community Advocate)

Chainlink Community Advocate and Managing Director of Chainlink Node Operator, North East.

Richard Masters


Oracle (

Oracle are a global corporation that develops and markets computer software applications for business. The company is best known for its Oracle database software, a relational database management system, and for computer systems and software, such as Solaris and Java.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2020
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM UTC