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Microsoft joins biohacking movement to tackle aging and age related disease


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I was encouraged to see this for a number of reasons:

1) Microsoft is a very large company with a lot of cash and resources.

2) This is an example of a company not really associated with health science research getting onboard.

3) They seem to have non-traditional ideas and approaches which may add new insights (deep learning applied to health science, cellular level computing, DNA 'machines')

4) Its good to have a "google competitor" in the mix, rivalry is good for productivity.


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