Dalhousie University; Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Frank Rudzicz is an associate professor of Computer Science at Dalhousie University, co-founder of WinterLight Labs Inc., faculty member at the Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Inaugural Chair of the Standards Council of Canada’s subcommittee on Artificial Intelligence, and CIFAR Chair in Artificial Intelligence. He is the recipient of the Young Investigator award from the Alzheimer’s Society of Canada, the Early Researcher award from the Government of Ontario, the Excellence in Applied Research award from National Speech-Language & Audiology Canada, and the Connaught Innovation Award.
His work is in machine learning in healthcare, especially in natural language processing, speech recognition, and surgical safety. His research has appeared in popular media such as Scientific American, Wired, CBC, and the New York Times, and in scientific press such as Nature.