Institute for Sustainable Development University of the West Indies
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Harmonious Disruption?
Professor Anthony Clayton is the Alcan Professor of Caribbean Sustainable Development at the University of the West Indies. He is also a Visiting Professor at the Centre for Environmental Strategy in the School of Engineering at the University of Surrey; Visiting Professor at the Institute for Studies of Science, Technology and Innovation in the School of Social and Political Studies at the University of Edinburgh.
Mr. Poliquin has been integrating solutions and delivering business results for more than 30 years, including 13 years in Information Technology (IT) and 10 years in business change management. A university graduate, M. Poliquin has a solid track record in business solutions integration while reducing overall risks and maximizing successful outcomes.
E-governance and Digital Settlement Network: Changing the Game
Marla Dukharan is recognized as a leading economist and thought-leader in the Caribbean. Marla entered the Fintech world in August 2017 as Chief Economist for Barbados-based Bitt Inc., leading the development of the digital financial ecosystems throughout the Caribbean, and exploring the role of technology in increasing financial and economic inclusion, lowering the cost of financial services, and moving the region beyond the constraints of traditional business and banking channels.
Attorney at Law, Intellectual Property Office of Trinidad and Tobago
Intellectual Property and its Role in the new Future
Regan Mark Asgarali is an Attorney at Law attached to the Intellectual Property Office of Trinidad and Tobago as the Controller of Intellectual Property. He joined the Office in July 2009. A graduate of the Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, Mr. Asgarali has a Bachelor of Laws (Upper 2nd Class Hons.) (2000) and a Legal Education Certificate from the Hugh Wooding Law School (2002).