Google DeepMind and the National Health Service (NHS) will partner in a move that alerts providers about abnormalities in patients’ vital signs and blood results, writes Fierce Healthcare. The artificial intelligence branch of Google and the Royal Free NHS agreed to a five-year deal that will allow Google’s algorithms to monitor the health data of 1.6 million patients. The deal’s proponents argue that thousands of deaths per year could be prevented from conditions such as acute kidney damage, the article notes, but critics say such promises are “unproven.
Google DeepMind and NHS Partnership Allows Google to Monitor 1.6m Patients Health Data
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