The Life Equation
Big Data and Global Health

Rob Tinworth
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Big data is here and is already affecting almost all aspects of our lives. How will it affect our health care? This timely film -- as giant pharmacies companies merge with insurance companies and as health care becomes more expensive -- demonstrates the power and limitations of big data to ...Read more

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