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Talk covers evolution of digital human beings. How we can expect the genome to follow the same pattern as other user generated content platforms once individuals are allowed to upload their data and ...

Talk covers evolution of digital human beings. How we can expect the genome to follow the same pattern as other user generated content platforms once individuals are allowed to upload their data and control how it is shared. Concept of self-organizing genomes, EHR with real time consent, digital human rights.

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  • I'll upload a new version with slide notes...after the talk. Basically I'm arguing the genome is user generated content and if the molecular diagonistics industry was smart - they'd let the web evolve to create a platform for delivering services by encouraging gov'ts to recognize raw genetic data is owned by individuals with individuals controlling access.

    I'm hoping a biological based domain service becomes the dominant protocol/platform (indivduals use their dna to convert themselves into a unique domain and choose who to register their biological domain with) rather than a single Facebook for DNA model. Greater individual freedom and far more wealth will be created if we go with the biological domain model.
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  • Self Organizing Genomes with Real Time Consent DNA Guide, Inc. All rights reserved 2012 Alice Rathjen, President, Founder alice@dnaguide.com Method for preparing and using personal and genetic profiles
  • Genome Digital Human Being
  • The Evolution of Digital HumanityElectronic Health Records Next Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 1993 Domain Name Registry System is Privatized Grows from 15,000 to 137,898,612 Feb 2012.
  • The Evolution of Digital HumanityElectronic Health Records Next Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 1993. AOL is launched for Mac and Windows.
  • The Evolution of Digital HumanityNext Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 1996
  • The Evolution of Digital HumanityElectronic Health Records Next Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 2001
  • The Evolution of Digital HumanityElectronic Health Records Next Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 6 Billion Images in 2011 2004
  • The Evolution of Digital HumanityElectronic Health Records Next Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 100 million videos viewed daily in 2006 2005
  • The Evolution of Digital HumanityElectronic Health Records Next Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 138.9 million monthly unique U.S. visitors May 2011 2004
  • The Evolution of Digital Humanity Electronic Health Records Next Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 20121992
  • The power of Self- Organizing Genomes
  • The advantages of Real Time Consent
  • Electronic Health Records Next Generation Sequencing Technologies Molecular DiagnosticsSocial Networks 20222012 Research Goverments/Passports Electronic Health Records Patient Groups Ancestry Gaming (DNA Avatars) Biometric Access/ E-Commerce Online Identity Services Citizen Science Non-Govt Health Organizations Disaster Response / Epidemics 2 Billion Genomes in 10 Years?
  • The Industries Problem.. No Path to Market Genetic Data Explosion Huge investment in Sequencing Technologies and Molecular Diagnostics Personalized Medicine R&D Pharma / Clinical Trials Consumers/ Patients INSURANCE Regulation, Privacy, Ease of Use Health Services
  • Regulation www.DNAguide.com
  • Problem of Fear and Ignorance T A T G C T A C G A
  • The Patient Has Changed Doctor, it hurts when I do this Doc, I was born this way.
  • New Path to Market? Consumer/Patient Controls Access To Their DNA via Real Time Consent Those Providing Valuable Information and Services Get Rewarded T G C A
  • Genome Browsers & Non-Scientific Users (Mitochondria)
  • Solution is to Manage Interpretation and Access Down to the Base Pair Level
  • DNA Guide Enables Dynamic Regulation & Compliance Quality of Science Medical Utility Viewing Risk (Graded) A,B,C,D,F W = Withdrawn I = Incomplete (by Scientific Community) (by Health Care Providers/ Payers) E = Everyone, PG = Physician Guidance R = Restricted (Genetic Counselors, Ethics) Category Rating (Five Star Rating) (Movie Rating)
  • Building the Scaffolding for Future Biological Data DNA Security Token DNA Compass DNA Body Use values within the DNA sample to uniquely identify every dataset. Token serves as a dynamic or static IP address - allowing every person to become a node on the network. DNA Guide provides mobile dynamic maps of entire genomes and can perform spatial analysis across multiple layers of different types of genetic data. DNA Guide’s DNA Body will provide expression data, medical records, and images to be linked to a map of the human body and to genomic location.
  • Navigating Genetic Data Privacy, Regulation and Ease of Use DNA Guide, Inc. All rights reserved 2012 Alice Rathjen, President, Founder alice@dnaguide.com