Federated learning and Indigenous genomic data sovereignty
Boscarino N, Cartwright RA, Fox K, Tsosie KS
Indigenous peoples are under-represented in genomic datasets, which can lead to limited accuracy and utility of machine learning models in precision health. While open data sharing undermines rights of Indigenous communities to govern data decisions, federated learning may facilitate secure and community-consented data sharing.
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