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March 08, 2011

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In this case the individual moving about in the environment will be provided advice on such risks. Such advice could be provided from the future distributed semantic knowledge base we would have in predictive toxicology that we have been working to develop on OpenTox. The advice could be delivered to the individual's mobile device which would recognise this biological object and then query the knowledge base and return the risk warning.

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