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The recent publication of the Apple Heart Study demonstrated two things: 1) one can run a study on nearly half a million patients if there's the proper infrastructure, sufficient patient interest, and low barriers for participation, and 2) self-screening for atrial fibrillation is going to be a part of cardiology whether cardiologist want it or not. I want to ask our experts how they see other consumer technology changing cardiovascular care and research? Will patients bring their own genome sequencing data into the clinic? Will we be doing more app based research? What are the use cases that you foresee?