Big data can spot things we’d never see coming. But are companies like Google and Amazon responsible for telling us the bad news?
“If I’m on a park bench, and I’m next to someone, and I hear them talking about symptoms of cancer, am I obligated to turn around and tell them they might have cancer?”
Samuel Volchenboum, Director of the Center for Research Informatics and Associate Professor of Pediatric Oncology at the University of Chicago, lets the question float in the air for a moment before breaking his own silence.
“You’ll get different answers depending who you ask.”
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