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Moore’s Law transformed computing through decreased costs, but Eroom’s Law — “Moore” spelled backwards — is the opposite: Much of the costs in bio (drugs etc.) have been exponentially increasing in cost. So where do the two meet? And what are the possibilities that come from applying cheaper faster computation to the extraordinary rising costs of healthcare?
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