Attacking neurological disorders with big data: Intel and the Michael J. Fox Foundation partner to fight Parkinson's disease

Last week, Intel and the Michael J. Fox Foundation announced the development of sensor technology and analytics platforms for Parkinson’s treatment and monitoring. The collaboration includes a multiphase research study using a new big data analytics platform that detects patterns in participant d...

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