Data Analytics and Personalized Healthcare – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 309

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Ketan Paranjape, the Director of Personalized Medicine in the Datacenter Group at Intel, stops by to talk about deploying Intel solutions in healthcare and how big data applies to the healthcare industry. Each human genome is around 3-4 terabytes of raw data. And ideally, patients should be sequenced and re-sequenced multiple times to see if treatments are working. Intel is working with a number of research institutions and partners on how we store and analyze that data rapidly, allowing the industry to start moving to truly personalized medicine.

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