A Chat with Roy Chartier, Founder & Chief Technology of Cancer Computer
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Roy Chartier.
Roy Chartier is Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Cancer Computer, a not-for-profit charity that provides FREE high performance computing cloud services from refurbished computers for cancer researchers computing for the cure. His technological insight and leadership are helping provide the best globally distributed technology architecture and deployments for cancer researchers around the world.
As an Executive IT professional with over 25 years experience specializing in AI, high-performance computing, and high-performance data analysis, Mr. Chartier has served in multiple senior leadership and consulting roles with AI startups, Bombardier, and various Canadian federal government departments and agencies like the Department of National Defense, Statistics Canada, Elections Canada, and Canada Revenue Agency.
Mr. Chartier is an Advisory Panel Member at Fight Cancer Global. He graduated from Carleton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with Cognitive Science Specialization, Artificial Intelligence and recently completed a Certificate in Artificial Intelligence at MIT – Sloan School of Management.
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