Efficient differentially private learning improves drug sensitivity prediction

7 Jun 2016Antti HonkelaMrinal DasArttu NieminenOnur DikmenSamuel Kaski

Users of a personalised recommendation system face a dilemma: recommendations can be improved by learning from data, but only if the other users are willing to share their private information. Good personalised predictions are vitally important in precision medicine, but genomic information on which the predictions are based is also particularly sensitive, as it directly identifies the patients and hence cannot easily be anonymised... (read more)

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