Dr. Hamilton named one of the initial Fellows of the Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association (Expired)

Howard Hamilton, a faculty member in our department, was recently named one of the initial Fellows of the Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association / Association pour l'intelligence artificielle au Canada (CAIAC). Although the organization is more than 30 years old, the Fellow program is a new one.  Dr. Hamilton joins eight distinguished Artificial Intelligence researchers from across Canada in this honour.

According to CAIAC's information at http://caiac.ca/?page=caiac-fellows:

A CAIAC Fellow is an eminent member of the Canadian AI community, i.e., someone recognized as a leader in any area of AI within the Canadian AI community. CAIAC Fellows are appointed for life; they occasionally advise the CAIAC Executive on issues including adjudication of awards, selection of conference chairs, and special initiatives of the association.

CAIAC was formerly known as the Canadian Society for the Computational Studies of Intelligence (or Socie'te' Canadienne pour l'e'tude de l'intelligence par ordinateur).  According to its website, its mission is "to foster excellence and leadership in research, development and education in Canada's artificial intelligence community by facilitating the exchange of knowledge through various media and venues."  For more information on CAIAC, see:

http://caiac.ca/?page=home


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