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Privacy-preserving generative deep neural networks support clinical data sharing
Brett K Beaulieu-Jones,
Zhiwei Steven Wu,
Sanjeev P Bhavnani,
James Brian Byrd,
Casey S. Greene
Posted 05 Jul 2017
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/159756 (published DOI: 10.1161/CIRCOUTCOMES.118.005122)
Posted 05 Jul 2017
Background: Data sharing accelerates scientific progress but sharing individual level data while preserving patient privacy presents a barrier. Methods and Results: Using pairs of deep neural networks, we generated simulated, synthetic "participants" that closely resemble participants of the SPRINT trial. We showed that such paired networks can be trained with differential privacy, a formal privacy framework that limits the likelihood that queries of the synthetic participants' data could identify a real a participant in the trial. Machine-learning predictors built on the synthetic population generalize to the original dataset. This finding suggests that the synthetic data can be shared with others, enabling them to perform hypothesis-generating analyses as though they had the original trial data. Conclusions: Deep neural networks that generate synthetic participants facilitate secondary analyses and reproducible investigation of clinical datasets by enhancing data sharing while preserving participant privacy.
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