Could big data help scientists find cures for previously incurable diseases? Mathematician and molecular and computational biology specialist Eric Schadt believes so. Journalist and Esquire editor Mark Warren explores how advances in gene sequencing, data mining and machine learning could allow scientists to scour exabytes of data to glean disease patterns and predictors. getAbstract recommends this summary to medical researchers, data scientists and those interested in the future of medicine.
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Mark Warren is the executive editor of Esquire magazine.
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