Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Thank you once again.
Colin, perhaps I can come back to you. There's a lot of talk of big data these days. As you know, I have a 19-year-old son with autism. Google has a partnership going on right now with Steven Scherer, one of the top autism researchers in the world, working out of SickKids in Toronto. He’s just fantastic and is working with Autism Speaks out of the U.S. on a $50-million project called MSSNG. Basically it's looking at the genome of thousands of families living with autism.
I won't get you to talk specifically about that project, because that would be pretty specific, but maybe you could talk about big data: what it means and what the possibilities are for us in that area.