Abdoulaye Baniré DialloProfessor and Director of Bioinformatics Lab UQAM; Co-founder & Chief Scientific Officer at My Intelligent Machines
Abdoulaye Baniré Diallo is Professor and director of the bioinformatics lab at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and researcher at the Canadian Center of Mathematics Research. He is also cofounder and Chief Scientist of My Intelligent Machines, a startup integrating Genomics, bioinformatics and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
He has held research position at UQAM, McGill University, BroadInstitute of MIT/Harvard, and Computer Science and AI Laboratory of MIT. He is leveraging bioinformatics and Artificial Intelligence to accelerate precision in agriculture and precision in livestock farming.
He is leading the Quebec dairy precision initiative through Artificial Intelligence including data from 6500 farms and 1.5 million cows. His research involves real-time pathogens surveillance in farming and agriculture, Quebec soil health analyses using AI, wheat regulation.