• Google Genomics sprung to life 18 months ago when Google met with scientists and built a interface or API that lets them move DNA data into its server farms and do experiments there using the same database technology that indexes the Web and tracks billions of Internet users
  • The flow of data that is stored on the genome cloud server is smaller than what is routinely handled by large Internet companies, but higher than anything biologists have dealt with before
  • Medicine will soon rely on a kind of global Internet-of-DNA which doctors will be able to search

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