Research Scientist, Google AI for Nature and Society
Dan Morris is a research scientist in the AI for Nature and Society program at Google, where he develops AI tools to help conservation scientists spend less time processing data, and more time planning conservation. Prior to coming to Google, he directed the AI for Earth program at Microsoft, where he moved lots of bits around on the cloud to help launch Microsoft's Planetary Computer. And before that, he was part of Microsoft’s Medical Devices Group, developing signal processing and machine learning techniques for cardiovascular health monitoring. Before coming to Microsoft, he studied neuroscience at Brown, and developed brain-computer interfaces for research and clinical environments. His PhD work at Stanford focused on haptics and physical simulation for virtual surgery.