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As artificial intelligence makes headway in genomic medicine, collecting, storing, curating and processing masses of genetic information is becoming an enormous, data-intensive task. Some countries, such as Japan, must collect a huge amount of genetic information from their populations to provide the best future healthcare. Who will do this work? What will technology companies be able to add? And, how will the medical and IT industries deal with their inevitable new partnership?
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