Alan Aspuru Guzik is a Professor of Chemistry and Computer Science at the University of Toronto. He holds the Canada Research Chair in Theoretical Chemistry, which means he was recognized as a top-tier researcher in his area by the Canada 150 Research Chairs Program. In his own words, his group works at the interface of theoretical chemistry with physics, computer science, and applied mathematics for multiple applications including molecular discovery. His group has created “materials acceleration platforms” or “self-driving laboratories”. This work on robotized laboratories for large-scale experiments has been mentioned among MIT’s “10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2018”.