Apr 302016
 April 30, 2016  Business, Featured News, Healthcare, Non-U.S.

Kieran McCarthy reports:

Google has been given access to huge swatches of confidential patient information in the UK, raising fears yet again over how NHS managers view and handle data under their control.

In an agreement uncovered by the New Scientist, Google and its DeepMind artificial intelligence wing have been granted access to current and historic patient data at three London hospitals run by the Royal Free NHS Trust, covering 1.6 million individuals.

Read more on The Register.

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