This is an example of how digital media computing lessons can be applied to viral vaccines and therapy
Spammers avoid filters in a fashion similar to HIV avoiding T cells. I think this is an expression of complexity.
We are quickly developing the ability to sequence a personal genome for $1000.00. The issue is, how to analyze the data? I think we need to boldly leapfrog current computing capabilities and brute force a distributed simulation of core immune system behavior, enabled by genomic data. And then see what it predicts given a trigger. And then compare that to reality. We'll hone in on something. WATSON CAN HELP.
"The field of genomics is caught in a data deluge. DNA sequencing is becoming faster and cheaper at a pace far outstripping Moore’s law, which describes the rate at which computing gets faster and cheaper.
The result is that the ability to determine DNA sequences is starting to outrun the ability of researchers to store, transmit and especially to analyze the data."