A UK data regulator has found 'issues' with DeepMind's first NHS deal

May 15, 2017 · businessinsider.com

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Google's artificial intelligence company DeepMind is concerned that a letter written by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) could have a negative impact on its business if it is published, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.

The letter — which DeepMind was expecting Sky News to publish on Friday — calls into question how DeepMind and the Royal Free handled NHS patient data, according to sources with knowledge of the letter.

The ICO has been looking into why the Royal Free gave DeepMind access to so much patient data for its kidney monitoring app, which is known as Streams.

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