DeepMind Sets Artificial Intelligence Loose in Healthcare Field

VentureBeats reports Google’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) division has launched a new health-focused unit, called DeepMind Health, to deploy its AI to solve real-word problems. The new group has been working with medical experts from several healthcare organizations, including the National Health Service (NHS), and the Royal Free Hospital London in UK, to build industry-focused AI systems. DeepMind Health has also come up with a smartphone app called Streams, as a part of its pilot program with Royal Free Hospital. The medical app is designed to accelerate clinicians’ response to patients at risk of acute kidney injury (AKI). The app allows doctors to review blood tests on their smartphone instantly, and intervene without delay. Currently, Streams is in its infancy stages, and is still to integrate with artificial intelligence. AI will…

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