CIFAR Fellow Brendan Frey’s start-up Deep Genomics is creating an AI system that allows us to look at our DNA mutations, figure out what’s wrong and how to treat disease. In this video, produced in partnership with Research2Reality, Frey describes the power of deep learning technology to help us understand our genomics.

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