May 16, 2017 Business, Featured News, Govt, Healthcare, Non-U.S.
Kelly Fiveash reports:
Google’s DeepMind AI wing was given access to the personal medical records of 1.6 million NHS patients on an “inappropriate legal basis,” the UK’s top data protection adviser to the health service has said.
In a letter sent to the Royal Free Hospital’s medical director professor Stephen Powis, and seen by Sky News, the National Data Guardian Dame Fiona Caldicott—whose job it is to scrutinise the government when it hands over NHS patient records to private companies—concluded that the decision to share the data under implied consent was wrong.
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