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Bill Noble

William Noble, professor of genome sciences and computer science, in the data center at the William H. Foege Building. Noble, an expert on machine learning, and his team designed artificial intellience programs to analyze ENCODE data. These computer programs can learn from experience, recognize patterns, and organize information into categories understandable to scientists. The center houses systems for a wide variety of genetic research. The computer center has the capacity to store and analyze a tremendous amount of data, the equivalent of a 670-page autobiography of each person on earth, uncompressed.The computing resources analyze over 4 pentabytes of genomic data a year.

Date:August 24, 2012
Credit:Clare McLean, Courtesy of University of Washington
Location:William H. Foege Building, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Dimensions:2499 x 1785
File Size:5.3 Mb
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