Google Launches DeepMind Health

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We founded DeepMind to solve intelligence and use it to make the world a better place by developing technologies that help address some of society’s toughest challenges. It was clear to us that we should focus on healthcare because it’s an area where we believe we can make a real difference to people’s lives across the world.

We’re starting in the UK, where the National Health Service is hugely important to our team. The NHS helped bring many of us into the world, and has looked after our loved ones when they’ve most needed help. We want to see the NHS thrive, and to ensure that its talented clinicians get the tools and support they need to continue providing world-class care.

Frontline nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals who spend their days treating patients know better than anyone what’s needed to provide outstanding care. We at DeepMind Health aim to support clinicians by providing the technical expertise needed to build and scale technologies that help them provide the best possible care to their patients.

Nurses at the Royal Free Hospital in London have been piloting Streams, a tool built by frontline clinicians in collaboration with DeepMind. Streams allows clinicians to instantly review test results and trend analyses on mobile and, where necessary, accelerate care for deteriorating patients. See announcement here.

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