Marin Ivezic is a Cybersecurity & Privacy Partner in PwC Canada focused on risks of emerging technologies.
Luka Ivezic is an independent consultant and author exploring geopolitical and socioeconomic implications of emerging technologies such as 5G, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT). To better observe policy discussions and societal attitudes towards early adoptions of emerging technologies, Luka spent last five years living between US, UK, Denmark, Singapore, Japan and Canada. This has given him a unique perspective on how emerging technologies shape different societies, and how different cultures determine technological development.
Mojca Ivezic is a financial crimes specialist with broad experience in banking and professional services. She holds numerous relevant academic and industry qualifications including Professional Banker Diploma, Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Certified Financial Crimes Investigator (CFCI), Certified Financial Crime Specialist (CFCS), Anti-Money Laundering Certified Associate, Certificate in Global Financial Compliance, and others. Her posts on this site are her own and don't necessarily represent her employer's positions, strategies or opinions.
Jeff Orr is an independent consultant, conference producer, and industry analyst passionate about the way people interact with systems and machines through emerging technologies and new user experiences. Jeff was actively involved in the development and launch of industry-first products, including Wi-Fi and 4G solutions, and leading the wireless strategy for a Fortune 100 entertainment company. His research on emerging technologies includes AI, cybersecurity, Industrial IoT (IIoT), mobile computing, wearables, and user interfaces.
Catherine R. Sloan is a public policy consultant on open Internet access, universal connectivity, 5G and IoT, data privacy, content moderation on Internet platforms, emerging quantum technology and the impact of big data analytics, machine learning and augmented intelligence on our economy and society. Following a 20-year career in telecom law, policy, regulation and legislative advocacy, Catherine spent ten years representing popular Internet platforms along with non-dominant telecoms for their trade association CCIA. She holds a law degree from Georgetown University and a journalism degree from Fordham University.