"It's going to start to become possible that we can actually do a personalized pharmaceutical that deals with an illness for a particular person and just hits that particular person's illness and has minimal side effects done on a one off kind of a basis. And that's the kind of thing that's going to take the computing power which we're trying to put into these things."
Medicine tailored to your genetic makeup. The age old problem of predicting the weather is also on the Deep Computing agenda. It is called high precision forecasting...
"So instead of just knowing that it's going to rain sometime tomorrow afternoon, you can know that it's going to rain at 2:30 and it will be over by 3:15 and by the way, when it rains, there'll be water on Shea Stadium but nothing on Yankee Stadium."
Just imagine. A world without fair to partly cloudy with a chance of showers.