Artificial Intelligence, Medicine
Artificial Intelligence • Opener / Closer • Medicine • Space-Industry • Corporate Innovation
José Morey, M.D., is a health and technology keynote speaker and a consultant for NASA, Hyperloop Transportation, and Liberty Bio Security. His talks focus on the future of health and medicine in terms of emerging technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, Hyperloop travel, and space exploration.
His expertise in big data and innovation has made him a much sought-after consultant in many industries. As Chief Medical Innovation Officer for Liberty BioSecurity, he helps drive innovation in genetic intelligence, national defense biotechnologies, precision medicine and augmented human performance.
As Chief Engineering Council in charge of Innovation for Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, he aided in the development of the augmented reality window technology to alleviate passenger discomfort. As the Medical Technology and Artificial Intelligence Adviser for NASA iTech, he helped evaluate research initiatives that would develop novel biotechnology to meet the 2030 Mars Mission objectives and deep space exploration. And he previously worked with IBM Watson Health as their Associated Chief Health Officer where for 7 years he helped develop AI medical technologies.
Morey has also consulted with other companies and healthcare systems to help create and train their deep learning algorithms and neural networks to create intelligent systems in healthcare and aerospace.
Morey sits on several AI advisory boards and has over 50 peer-reviewed publications, presentations, and lectures. He also has a seat on the Informatics Leadership Council for the American College of Radiology.
He has given talks to NASA360, the Radiologic Society of North America, HIIMS, Academy Health, Health Datapalooza, Tech.Co, Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange, Stifel Nicolaus Healthcare Investment Conference, the Chinese Medical Association and the Senate of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Morey holds an adjunct professorship of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the University of Virginia and at Eastern Virginia Medical School. And he is a guest lecturer at Singularity University.
AI and machine learning have been around for decades, dating back to Ada Lovelace and Alan Turing. It wasn’t until recently however that AI and healthcare became so hyped that some were saying physicians and disease would soon be a thing of the past. However, after much time and investment, that nirvana of a world free of disease has yet to materialize. Why? In this talk, Dr. Morey discusses the greatest breakthrough AI has given us is it has shown us that traditional point-of-care medicine is not sufficient, nor has it been proficient enough to capture the complexities of disease or more importantly of wellness. This talk will cover the gains AI has brought to healthcare, the current state of FDA approved products and how the future of wellness lies in panomics.
The focus of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is to provide information to civilian institutions to help them solve scientific problems at home and in space. This talk focuses on the latest technologies in artificial intelligence and machine learning in technology that have enabled scientists to gather and use data better and faster. The goal of these applications is to make sure NASA does not miss anything of potential value for civilian and commercial use as well as space exploration.
From Ada Lovelace to Alan Turing to IBM Watson, AI algorithms have been progressing at an exponential rate due to increase computing power and digitization. This talks explores the progress of AI with examples of disruption and dislocations that are occurring within multiple verticals and how companies can leverage the strengths of such advances to stay ahead of the competition.
From the six D’s characterizing the disruptive trends of the digital age to the major principles underlying exponential thinking, with examples spanning a broad variety of fields, this talk builds a foundation for applying exponential thinking to making an impact today and through the disruptive years ahead.
We live in a time of magic…We live in a time of dreams…..We live in a time where things once thought impossible are now not only possible, but commonplace. In this keynote, Dr. Morey discusses how exponential technologies are akin to magic, but not because of the things they can make us do, but how they can break down the barriers that divide us and bring humanity together. In this inspirational message, Dr. Morey speaks about the importance of coming together through technology that unites us, to make this world and the next a better place for all.
Countries and organized care organizations are seeing a deluge of aging populations in managed care. But economic standards these systems are struggling to decipher the code of wellness to be able to withstand the impact on cost and resources. Exponential trends in nanotechnology, gene editing, machine learning, robotics, additive manufacturing, panomics, precision medicine, and computation are transforming the future opportunities in healthcare. This talk aims to catapult companies forward into the future to help to position themselves as the leaders of medical technology today.
Leonardo Da Vinci is still today one of humanities greatest innovators. His ability to blend cross-disciplinary sciences, technology and art has inspired our greatest inventors from Franklin, to Edison to Steve Jobs. They all looked to Leonardo as a source of inspiration. This talk delves into the life and genius of the renaissance thinker and explores how companies today can emulate his traits to transform their enterprises into innovation leaders and lead in this new technology renaissance.
NASA iTech is a startup accelerator that focuses on finding and developing the exponential technologies to reach and colonize deep space. Dr. Morey discusses the biological and technological advances that are being developed by NASA and the innovative public private partnerships for the planned missions to Mars, Europa, Venus and beyond. From AI, autonomous rovers, inflatable habitats, aliens, robotics, wearables, extremophiles and anti-aging medications, this talk explores the future of humanity beyond this pale blue dot.
Comprehensive overview of what is in the lab today and what is coming to market in the next decade. This presentation will concentrate on breakthrough developments ranging from 3D printing to gene editing, from panomics to precision medicine; from blockchain to AI. All of these and more are discussed in the context of current explosions of digital information and distributed healthcare