NEXT guest speaker and UofT alumni amongst Canada’s 50 most inspiring women in STEM

May 10, 2018

Alumna Inmar Givoni, an autonomy engineering manager for Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group in Toronto, says computer science is a field that grew on her over time.

“In high school, I took computer science as well as advanced courses in physics, chemistry and math,” says Givoni, who earned a doctorate in computer science from the University of Toronto.

 “I chose to study computer science and computational biology for my bachelor’s, thinking this would be a great segue into a career in neuroscience. Somewhere along the way, I bumped into machine learning and was immediately captivated.”

Givoni is one of 50 Canadian women celebrated on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Monday as part of an “Inspiring Fifty” group of women in the Canadian tech and innovation sectors.

Seven other U of T alumni made the list:

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