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Crushing It with Exponential Technologies!

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

4:00 PM-5:30 PM

BIOMED Seminar

Crushing It with Exponential Technologies!

Godfrey Nazareth
President and CEO
X-Biomedical, Inc.

Exponential technologies are technologies that are rapidly accelerating in performance with dramatic reduction in cost, impacting and reshaping major industries, and disrupting markets. Examples of exponential technologies include artificial intelligence (AI), augmented and virtual reality (AR, VR), data science, digital biology and biotech, nanotech and digital fabrication, networks and computing systems, robotics, autonomous vehicles, etc.

Godfrey Nazareth is an entrepreneur, biomedical engineer, and research scientist. His experience as an innovator/hacker/maker spans over 15 years across a variety of industries, including healthcare, medtech, assistive technology, aerospace, avionics, pharmaceuticals, and foods. Some of Godfrey's several notable collaborations include the US Military, American Heart Association, University of Pennsylvania, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), Penn State University, Drexel University, The Philadelphia Pediatric Medical Device Consortium, among others.

On a personal note, he has been proactively battling classical ALS; he uses a wide variety of self-built assistive devices to function, operate, and interact at the highest levels possible. Godfrey is President and CEO of X-Biomedical Inc., a medtech spin-out from CHOP, formed to capitalize and commercialize on cutting-edge, next-generation tech developed over the years in labs at CHOP. X-Biomedical is poised to disrupt a multi-billion dollar surgical visualization technology market.

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