Patient data is more secure with Google than with NHS hospitals

Google DeepMind’s cofounder Mustafa Suleyman has lauded the data-sharing deal with the NHS to create a mobile app meant to help doctors detect cases of acute kidney injury. Patient personal data is more secure with Google than with “most of the hospitals,” he said. “As Googlers, we have the very best privacy and secure infrastructure for managing the most sensitive data in the world,” Suleyman told the Guardian. “That’s something we’re able to draw upon as we’re such a core part of Google.” Read more Artificial intelligence development company DeepMind said on its website earlier this year that the company has been collaborating with some of the UK’s leading kidney experts at the Royal Free Hospital London to create a mobile app, called Streams, “which presents timely information that helps nurses…


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