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Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
Living well through data
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Living well through data

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Slides on privacy given at "Living Well Through Data" - Mt Sinai Medical Center, NYC, 10/2/2012

Slides on privacy given at "Living Well Through Data" - Mt Sinai Medical Center, NYC, 10/2/2012

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  • 1. living well through data @wilbanks http://del-fi.org
  • 2. 1. doppler shifts.
  • 3. sound is higher in pitch when it is approachingthan when it is receding
  • 4. https://www.scienceexchange.com/
  • 5. incremental advances will not suffice
  • 6. sound is higher in pitch when it is approachingthan when it is receding
  • 7. sound is higher in pitch when it is approachingthan when it is receding ...is the sound of the medical system screaming.
  • 8. 2. health is not like other data.
  • 9. ?:>,mnbjm;./ }p[;loikl; ]]=0-98ertdfl,;
  • 10. using this level ofconsent, we can...
  • 11. http://curiousfridays.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/pregnant-target1.jpg
  • 12. savvy single
  • 13. we can do this for health!
  • 14. quantified self
  • 15. can i have my data?
  • 16. can i have my data?
  • 17. if you don t fix this, someone will.
  • 18. noted for accuraterepresentations oftechnology in law!
  • 19. the privacy community is watching you.
  • 20. 3. what you need to do.
  • 21. a. honesty
  • 22. b. participants get a usable copy.
  • 23. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Heatmap.png
  • 24. rdf:about=WhoWhatWhenWhereWhy
  • 25. c. informed consent
  • 26. 10 minuteinvestment.
  • 27. if you scale...
  • 28. honesty, reusability,portability, and consent will change a clinical outcome.
  • 29. whether it s for thebetter or the worse is up to you.
  • 30. thank you

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