Google’s first DeepMind AI health project is missing something

Having been down at Google’s DeepMind office earlier this week its man vs AI machine gaming competition preview, I was tipped off that a potentially-more-serious healthcare announcement would follow soon. That it has, but contrary to what the company’s remit might suggest, this project doesn’t actually contain any artificial intelligence at launch. Our best speaker lineup, ever. This year’s edition of TNW Conference in Amsterdam includes some of the biggest names in tech. Learn more “To date, no machine learning has been involved in these projects,” the company said. “While there is obvious potential in applying machine learning to these kinds of complex challenges, any decision to do so will led by clinicians.” DeepMind has announced an acquisition in the shape of an Imperial College London spinout company called Hark, which has spent…

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