When we think background checks and Facebook, we're usually thinking about beer bong pictures and other sophmoric behavior designed to tell us that the candidate has basic judgment issues, right?
We're certainly not thinking about predictive analytics designed to guess the probability of disease, pregnancy and the presence o
f things like insomnia and migraines. But if you think about what's going on with big data these days, why wouldn't that happen?
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