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When Two Worlds Collide
Community Talk Functional
Lieu : Ambassador - 09/11/2023 10:30 - 09/11/2023 11:00 (Europe/Brussels) (30 minutes)
When Two Worlds Collide
Simon André Welham Grange
CEO
Simon André Welham Grange
CEO

Dr. Simon Grange, CEO of Pale Blue Dot Network Ltd., is a distinguished Orthopaedic Surgeon with a rich academic and clinical career, including senior roles at UCL Medical School and the UAE Military. Interested in surgical simulation and rehabilitation robotics, Dr. Simon holds a PhD in surgical simulation and a Master's in Bioinspired AI, with over 70 publications to his name. At Pale Blue Dot Network, he developed a platform integrating blockchain-based smart contracts and distributed architecture, addressing a variety of disciplines while ensuring strict adherence to international standards. Currently pursuing a second PhD, Dr. Simon champions AI integration in healthcare and the decentralisation of medical records.


Dr. Simon Grange explores the intersection of centralised controlled systems and self-sovereign identity rules, particularly in areas such as smart contracts and medical records. Leveraging the versatility of the ODOO 16 platform, Dr. Simon provides a practical guide to integrating and managing these two disparate realms.

Key learnings from the talk include understanding the fundamentals of self-sovereign identity rules, their implications on data privacy, and the role of centralised systems in standardising operations. Attendees will learn how to effectively use ODOO 16 to bridge the gap between these systems, creating secure, efficient and compliant data management frameworks.

The talk provides value to a wide spectrum of professionals - from IT specialists and data analysts to healthcare providers and legal experts, all of whom deal with the integration of personal services, digital identity management, and centralised systems. It promises to enrich the audience's understanding of digital identity, offering practical solutions for creating a future where self-sovereign identity and centralised control harmoniously coexist.

The target audience includes professionals navigating the complexities of data management in the digital age, particularly in healthcare and legal sectors. It is equally relevant for technologists and entrepreneurs keen on building solutions at the intersection of blockchain, AI, and data privacy regulations.