During the interview, Susan Murphy mentions this idea of personal vs societal prediction especially within the field of healthcare. For the Gened 1112 final project, I'm looking at predictive genetic testing as my predictive system and throughout my research on the topic I have found that it is relatively easy to detect the presence, absence, or mutation of genes. However, it is comparatively more difficult to look at the predictive possibility of the expression of these genes to lead to a disease. However, one prime reason of this predictive system is to use this data to be able to better predict the expression of the disease within at risk family members. So I would like to ask Susan Murphy about how to draw the line between personal and societal prediction within genetic testing and if it is even possible given the inherent nature of genes?