Diane is also the resident vocalist with the Ottawa Jazz Orchestra and sings regularly with them at the National Arts Centre. Nalini has given several keynote addresses for the Regina Teachers’ Association’s annual conference, the Bell Regional Science Fair in Montreal, the University of Waterloo, and the Dawson College graduation ceremony. She then held two post-doctoral fellowships (she was an 1851 Research Fellow in the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford and the Salvesen Junior Research Fellow at New College, Oxford).
In this lecture, we will go over the hundred year-old history of intelligent machines, discuss what they are, how they work, and why there is so much hype surrounding them right now.
Unfortunately, most reporters, and their audiences, are woefully under-educated about the topic.
In her day job, she has held various roles for the federal Public Service.
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A Canadian Abroad: Architecture, Poetry, and Calligraphy (October 15th) 12. Wisdom that Brings Us to Peace and Happiness (October 18th) 14. Following that, Misha completed the Master of Cognitive Science program at Carleton University, focusing on emotional language production in the psychopathic population.
The Mavericks: Comets and Asteroids (October 11th) 11. Lecturer biography: Misha Sokolov received his undergraduate degree from University of Ottawa in Psychology, where his research focused on emotional perception and emotional mimicry in the non-suicidal self injury population.
Lecture 3 Rebels and Radicals: Canada and the Spanish Civil War Lecturer: Dr.
Patryk Polec What would compel more than 1,500 Canadians to travel to Spain to confront fascist forces when the Spanish Civil War erupted in 1936?
He has also worked as an historical consultant in the public and private sectors, advising on heritage projects and commemoration.
He is the author of Lecture 4 Plunder or Preservation?