Clinical OMICS

MAY-JUN 2018

Healthcare magazine for research scientists, labs, pathologists, hospitals, cancer centers, physicians and biopharma companies providing news articles, expert interviews and videos about molecular diagnostics in precision medicine

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40 Clinical OMICs May/June 2018 www.clinicalomics.com doc.ai is a blockchain-based AI platform that enables deep learning computations on quantified biology for personal health insights. The platform connects people, data scientists and research sponsors to develop predictive models. "I can- not think of a bigger mission for healthcare than to unlock people's medical data through the establishment of a cryp- toasset economy using the most advanced market weap- ons at our disposal: machine learning, precision medicine (OMICs), distributed ledger technology, applied cryptogra- phy, and edge computing. It is the only strategy whereby a seller 's market will eventually become a buyer 's market," said Walter De Brouwer, Ph.D., company CEO. "Anything not exposed to the free market is mispriced. So are the mil- lions of biomarkers in people's bodies. They have a market price, but it is waiting for a medium of exchange to become a store of value. Medical data will become a financial asset." From blockchain technology, artificial intelligence, and deep learning to new sequencing technologies and telehealth, these fledgeling U.S.-based companies are poised to make significant impacts in the precision medicine and multi- omics world of the future. U.S.Startups to Watch 10 Headquarters: Palo Alto, California. Year Founded: 2016. Company Founders: Walter De Brouwer, Ph.D., Sam De Brouwer, Alan Greenem, M.D., Cheryl Greene, Anthea Chung. Employees: 15. Major Investors: Comet Labs, Pantera Capital. a-r-t-i-s-t / Getty Images

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