HPE’s STACK That interviewed Othman Laraki about the future of healthcare and artificial intelligence. Listen to the podcast below for a discussion on using the body’s massive amount of data output as a tool in helping it function. HPE writes:
In this week’s episode of STACK That, we sat down with Othman Laraki from Color Genomics, a company that’s making major strides into mapping the human genome and helping the medical world discover things like predispositions to disease.
“Healthcare is increasingly becoming a software and data problem,” Laraki said. “Getting the data out is the easy part. What’s hard is that there’s a massive amount of data and biology is an incredibly complex world, so now there’s this challenge and opportunity to bring to bear a lot of the tools that we all worked on building.”
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