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DeepMind’s Latest A.I. Health Breakthrough Has Some Problems

The Google machine learning company trumpeted its success in predicting a deadly kidney condition, but its results raise questions around data rights and patient diversity

Demis Hassabis, software developer and co-founder of DeepMind Technologies, speaks during the DLD conference in Munich, Germany, 16 January 2017. Photo: picture alliance/Getty Images




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Julia Powles

Julia Powles

Associate Professor, Tech Law & Policy at the University of Western Australia. 2018 Poynter Fellow at Yale University.

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