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José Morey's speaking fee falls within range: $20,000 to $25,000 (Speakers' virtual presentation fees are generally around 60-80% of the in-person fee range noted here.)
José Morey, M.D. lives where cutting-edge technology meets lifesaving medicine. He has worked as a consultant for companies like IBM and NASA and serves as the Chief Medical Innovation Officer at Liberty BioSecurity. His areas of impact and innovation range from the 2030 Mars Mission to the IBM Watson supercomputer. He has helped to develop the world’s first augmented reality train windows, where passengers can see the weather report and news headlines in addition to sunsets and landscapes.
Known as the world’s first Intergalactic Doctor, Morey explores the edge of possibility to solve problems before most see them coming. He serves as the Medical Technology and Artificial Intelligence Adviser for NASA iTech, a special incubator tasked with solving the key problem areas where NASA lacks.
Morey is a member of the Forbes Technology Council, a congregation of the world’s leading technology minds joining together to change the world. Additionally, he sits on several AI advisory boards and has published dozens of peer reviewed articles and lectures. He has lectured for the Radiologic Society of North America, the Senate of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, NASA360 and Frost & Sullivan Executive MindXchange. As a professor, he has worked for the University of Virginia and Eastern Virginia Medical School.
José Morey, M.D., is a health and technology keynote speaker and a consultant for NASA, IBM, 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 have 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 Associated Chief Health Officer for IBM Watson Health, he helped develop AI medical technologies. 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. And 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.
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.
José Morey, M.D. lives at the intersection of technology and medicine. Born to immigrant parents and a physician by trade, Morey felt stifled by the structures of being a typical physician. He blended the precision of the medical field with the creativity of groundbreaking technological advancements to partner with institutions like NASA and IBM.
Morey takes a close look at how Leonardo Da Vinci “maintained the art of possible” in his daily life by intertwining functional engineering with inspiring art. “He lived with boundless boundaries,” Morey said. Children, and Leonardo, possess an “unlimited sense of capability” which we can harness to transform our way of thinking and experiencing the world around us.
Time has “this amazing palette of colors” which “can choose to paint over how we view ourselves.” Morey urges us to take our cue from Leonardo and learn constantly from the world’s wonder; be it a terminal patient, a stranger, or “the old lady sitting next to you, 4 glasses of wine in on the way to Vegas.” By thinking differently, we can innovate in ways we never though possible.
José Morey, M.D. blends medicine, technology and the philosophy of creativity to challenge audiences on the power of the possible using his background as a physician, technology expert and thinker to touch audiences with new ideas about technology, creativity and we best can move forward.
He explores the mentality needed for true innovation and creation, how best to bridge the gap between the logical and the creative. His long career in medicine and technology allows him to connect with his audience by simplifying complex concepts on the cutting edge of technology to usable points. Audiences leave his talks with fresh perspectives and clear action steps to see the world differently.
We can see the world differently, through the eyes of a child or an artist, and we can blend that vision with research and action to change the world: going to space, curing disease with AI and discovering new frontiers others couldn’t fathom.
AI and the Future of Medicine
Artificial Intelligence applications are changing entire industries and eliminating the routine from healthcare tasks. How will artificial intelligence and robots change the face of medicine and healthcare? How will they affect patient testing, diagnosis, and doctor/patient interaction? In this lively talk, Morey discusses what you should expect from health and medicine in the age of artificial intelligence.
Healthcare Challenges on Earth and Beyond
Our health is not just about going to the doctor. It’s a holistic process that also looks at how our environments and behaviors interact with our well being. How will our health change when we can travel quickly across the earth in Hyperloops or visit faraway places like Mars? In this exciting talk, Morey discusses the healthcare challenges and opportunities on Earth and in space.
AI and the New Machine Age
Artificial intelligence, big data, and deep learning are going to change the way we work, live, and love. Predictive tools and machine learning neural networks have the capability to not only take on routine tasks but to tackle bigger problems. In this talk, Morey talks about the new challenges and opportunities awaiting businesses who take advantage of these new tools.
The Future of the Space Industry
Space is a hostile environment for humans. In order to travel and explore Mars, our solar system, and beyond, we will have to develop ways to protect humans from the low oxygen and high radiation environments, while also giving them the tools to thrive. In this talk, Morey will draw from his work with NASA to discuss the health challenges and solutions to space exploration, and how this will change healthcare close to home.
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