Google Strikes Deal With NHS That Gives AI Unit Access To 1.6 Million Patient Records

Details of Google’s DeepMind data-sharing agreement with the UK NHS revealed that the AI system would have access to millions of patient records. The agreement, according to the NHS, is for direct clinical use only.(Photo : Thomas Meier | Pixabay) Google’s deal with the National Health Service (NHS) will allow artificial intelligence units to access to as many as 1.6 million private patient records, a new report has revealed. The data-sharing agreement, according to New Scientist, which first unmasked its true nature, would give Google’s DeepMind unrestricted access to sensitive data that the Royal Free NHS Trust has. Patient Confidentiality And Informed Consent As early as 2014, Google has partnered with several scientists to understand human health. But this present partnership with the UK NHS goes far beyond what people…


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