Incoming computing science professor named one of Canada’s inaugural CIFAR Artificial Intelligence Chairs
December 03, 2018
Angel Chang, who will be joining the School of Computing Science as an associate professor in summer 2019, has been named one of 29 inaugural Canada CIFAR Artificial Intelligence Chairs – part of the Government of Canada’s $125 million Pan-Canadian AI Strategy to support excellence in the Canadian artificial intelligence community.
Chang is an expert in natural language processing, 3-D visualization, computer vision and computer graphics, and is currently an associate faculty member at the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute.
Read more about Chang’s Canada CIFAR Artificial Intelligence Chair on the CIFAR website.