DeepMind held 1.6 million people’s health records unlawfully

Google’s cutting-edge artificial intelligence unit DeepMind was unlawfully given the health records of 1.6 million patients at London’s Royal Free hospital in 2015, the United Kingdom’s data protection authority has found. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said the hospital failed to comply with data protection law, and said DeepMind’s processing of the data was “not…

via DeepMind held 1.6 million people’s health records unlawfully, but no one’s getting fined for it — Quartz

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