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Peter Raymond


Peter is a serial innovator, social entrepreneur, strategist and creative technologist. He merges art, science, and business acumen to develop disruptive technology, models, and companies.

He is looking to collaborate with people who can bravely accelerate nontraditional educational programs to empower amazing global citizens.

Peter works across education, environment, technology, renewable energy, healthcare, media, agriculture, transportation, big data, and finance sectors. He is an expert in IoT, adaptive education, and emerging technology.

In 2016 he was named as an IBM Platinum Global Entrepreneur for his work in Cognitive/AI and IoT.

His last startup in IoT / AI was valued at over $90M in under 2 years, backed by Wall St. investors.

His work has been featured by: New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Wired, Smithsonian, Apple, Forbes, Popular Science, PBS, Financial Times, Fast Company, Bloomberg, New Scientist, and has appeared on both ABC and CBS Nightly News.

He and his teams uncover unique insights and develop innovative strategies that result in socially conscious technologies, products, and revenue models, for Fortune 500's, startups, nonprofits, and governments, such as:

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, City of NY, Nissan, WeWork, Viacom, ESPN, IKEA, Tom Ford, Astra-Zeneca, AIG, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Dalai Lama Fellows, Biogen Idec, Boehringer Ingelheim, IBM, SETI, Microsoft, Nokia, NAACP, Drum Major Institute, and the Baseball Hall of Fame.

For 7 years Apple featured Peter for developing the world’s first biometric AI and clinically accurate Heart Failure simulation for clinicians. This simulation lead to groundbreaking innovations in connected sensors, VR, AI and wearable technology.

As a global healthcare professional his programs have been deployed in Rwanda, Sudan, and North America.

As a Sr. Fellow at Thomas Jefferson School of Population Health, he focused on empathy, simulation, and behavioral change.

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Computers in Libraries 2018

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