Why DeepMind wants to bring AI to the NHS

[embedded content] DeepMind Health – Clinician-led Technology Google-owned artificial intelligence pioneer DeepMind has announced it will build a medical technology division to research how AI could improve our health. The London-based company, whose AI is currently being used to tackle the world (human) champion at the ancient Chinese game of Go, said it would work with Imperial College and the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust on the project. DeepMind Health will start with around 15 employees, as well as two doctors to help direct its research. It will grow “rapidly”, co-founder Mustafa Suleyman told Bloomberg. “We founded DeepMind to solve intelligence and use it to make the world a better place,” DeepMind wrote in a statement on its website. “By developing technologies that help address some of society’s toughest challenges.…

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