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			Anonymous Private Browsing

			A Secure Research Platform
			OpenMD.life is a machine teaching

			This page describes some features
			of anonymous private browsing.

			Security and Privacy

			Top Priorities
			Using OpenMD is free, anonymous, private
			and secure.

			Security and Privacy are the highest priorities.

			OpenMD Security and Privacy Statement is
			online at Utilities.life

			It describes OpenMD in plain language.

			One Click Login

			OpenMD uses Authenticate.life to create
			Secure Sessions for anonymous browsing. ²

			A Secure Session is an anonymous account
			that exists until the Session ends, either when
			a user quits the browser or clears the history
			or logs out at MySession.life

			This is one of the simplest, easiest and most
			secure ways to authenticate users.

			Creating a Secure Session
			When a user first arrives and requests a
			page with medical information, the user is
			prompted to log in with One Click Login
			at Authenticate.life

			        One Click Login        

			One Click Login generates Session IDs.

			A Session ID is a datestamped sequence
			of random characters like the one below.


			The Session ID is stored by the browser,
			used to authenticate each request for
			content from .life domains of OpenMD
			and deleted at the end of the Session.

			.life domains include...

			    NIH.life  	·  Clinical Trial Sponsors

			    NLM.life  	·  PubMed Journals

			    NCBI.life  	·  MedGen
						·  BioProject
						·  The Human Reference Genome

The Domains... NIH   ·   National Institutes of Health NLM   ·   National Library of Medicine NCBI   ·   National Center for Biotechnology Information
Session History Secure and Anonymous Users can access the Session History from the Session History Panel or at MySession.life Icons of the Session History Panel      appear in the top right of the page once a user has logged in. Moving the mouse over the arrows opens the Session History Panel. Clicking the arrows navigates. · Left goes back one page. · Right goes forward one page. Users with a computer and keyboard can press left and right arrows on the keyboard to go back or forward through the webpages of the Session History. Key Commands, the Controller and the Toolbar Navigating OpenMD OpenMD users can browse using keys on the keyboard. For example, go to PubMed with 'P' For the Human Genome press 'G' Visit KeyCommands.life for more. Key Commands work from the Controller or the Toolbar or any page on OpenMD The Controller The Controller provides a compact and convenient list of frequently requested medical science Utilities containing over 30 million medical reference documents with Automated Machine Learning. The Toolbar The Toolbar also provides access to OpenMD, Homescreen and the Utilities. Visit Controller.life and Toolbar.life for more. How to Download the Session History Save a Tab Separated Text File The Session History Panel and MySession.life allow users to download the Session History by clicking Download Session History. Downloading the Session History creates a text file named mysession.tsv like this...
Sun Dec 06 2020 15:14:56 GMT-0800 (PST) https://nlm.life/33235631 Downregulation of astrocyte elevated gene-1 expres... https://nlm.life/exp-ther-med Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine https://nlm.life/pubmed PubMed Journals https://nlm.life/immunology Immunology https://ncbi.life/M50116 Interleukin-12 https://nlm.life/33167816 Parental Drug Use and Family Reunification. https://nlm.life/psychiatr-serv Psychiatric Services https://nlm.life/20044582 Markov decision processes: a tool for seque... https://ncbi.life/medgen MedGen https://nlm.life/33239802 How Iceland hammered COVID with science. https://nih.life/sponsors Clinical Trial Sponsors https://nlm.life/pubmed PubMed Journals https://nlm.life/nature Nature https://nlm.life/29052630 Mastering the game of Go without human knowledge. https://authenticate.life Authenticate.life
Create, Share and Teach A Useful List An OpenMD Session History is a list of pages visited during a session. This list can be very useful. For example, researching a topic can require copying and pasting addresses of webpages. OpenMD users can easily visit a hundred webpages and download the Session History with a single click. Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) can then read each page and provide additional information by summarizing the most recent research publications and concepts it finds. Any user can run AutoML on their Session History at MySession.life There are many other uses for a list of content pages. OpenMD provides new and convenient ways of creating and working with this information, like Research Projects. Research Projects Automated Machine Learning Teams Automated machine learning teams use convenient, secure tools that are totally private, protecting contributors' complete control over their data. Automated programs like AutoML and Machine Teaching are next-generation scientific collaboration tools that allow everyone on OpenMD to contribute to Balanced City Research Projects. Visit TeachML.life for more. OpenMD exists to provide these tools to medical and scientific communities, empowering creation of knowledge with trustworthy technology. Enjoy browsing OpenMD.life Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council These systems apply best practices from the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council Launch Podcast ⇗ The National Academies of the United States of America This organization is based on the vision of a Learning Health System advanced by the National Academy of Medicine. Mission Driven Creators Serving the Highest Calling Balanced City's mission is to provide maximum benefit to society through free public health applications. Enjoy using and sharing these free medical science utilities. This page Browsing.life OpenMD OpenMD.life For more on Balanced City visit BalancedCity.org Print