Google’s DeepMind Partners with British Doctors on Oral Cancer

Google’s goog DeepMind subsidiary recently announced a partnership with the Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, in the hope that its machine-learning technologies could help speed up diagnoses of eye conditions. Now, the artificial intelligence division is extending its work with the U.K.’s National Health Service. DeepMind on Tuesday revealed a partnership with the University College London Hospitals (UCLH) NHS Foundation Trust, and this time it’s all about planning oral cancer treatments. Treatments such as radiotherapy have to be extremely carefully designed, particularly when they involve the head and neck—radiotherapy is about zapping cancerous cells rather than the surrounding cells, and you really want to avoid damaging the nerves and organs around there if at all possible. Get Data Sheet, Fortune’s technology newsletter. So UCLH will work with DeepMind to see…

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