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@[youtube]( Session 1 **Lisa Federer** *Data Science and Open Science Librarian, National Library of Medicine* Data Sharing and Reuse at the National Institutes of Health: Initiatives and Metrics Talk takes place from 0:52 - 17:41 **Alexander Mathis** *Co-developer of DeepLabCut, Harvard University* DeepLabCut: a deep learning tool for fast, robust, and efficient 3D pose estimation Talk takes place from 17:42-36:46 **Casey Greene** *Associate Professor, Integrative Genomics Lab, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Director, Childhood Cancer Data Lab, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation* Machine learning for rare diseases: the role of open data Talk takes place from 36:47-53:49 **Panel Discussion with Speakers** Takes place in video from 53:50-1:15:18
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