Data Science

Survivorship of Titanic Passengers – Part 1

Everyone knows the story of the RMS Titanic that sank in 1912 after colliding with an iceberg. 2,224 souls were abroad. At least 1,490 of them went down with it. How do we predict who survived?

Balancing Genomic Privacy and Open Data Access

Genomic privacy is important. We don’t want the insurance companies sticking their snouts into our genomes. Open data access is also important. We want researchers to frolic in all the data they need. How do we balance the two needs?