- Google hopes to apply machine learning to NHS data within 5 years
- Google wants to apply its machine learning technology to NHS patient data within the next five years, TechCrunch reports .
- DeepMind also has access to patient data from the same hospitals dating back five years.
- The MoU – obtained via a Freedom of Information (FoI) request from New Scientist – states that DeepMind hopes to gain access to “data for machine learning research under appropriate regulatory and ethical approvals” within the next five years.
- The search giant’s London-based artificial intelligence research lab, DeepMind, announced a partnership with the Royal Free NHS Trust in London in February but the full extent of the arrangement is only just becoming clear.
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The company’s DeepMind division has entered into a partnership with an NHS Trust.
Google hopes to apply machine learning to NHS data within 5 years