(Bloomberg News) - A landmark medical trial involving Alphabet’s DeepMind artificial intelligence division violated British data protection laws, the U.K.’s top privacy watchdog ruled.
The Information Commissioner’s Office said Monday that the National Health Service hospital that conducted the trial with DeepMind improperly shared 1.6 million patient records with the tech company, failing to inform patients that their data would be used to test a new mobile app.
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