Google Cloud has announced it has launched a new solution – Healthcare Data Engine – which aims to enable interoperability in healthcare.
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Google.org, along with the University of Oxford, have launched a global data repository to help track Covid-19 variants and future infectious diseases.
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Google has made a series of commitments to address competition concerns, including that it will not use data gathered by Fitbit for Google Ads.
Using Google Workspace the National Institute for Health Research has been able to bring multiple physical location under the one digital hub.
The messages were caused by default privacy notifications from Apple and Google to alert users their app is sharing contact-tracing information.
The new exposure notification system will replace the need for users to install contact-tracing apps developed by public health bodies.
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An investigation to assess the proposed billion dollar acquisition of Fitbit by Google has been opened by the European Commission.
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When questioned on the progress of the app Hancock told a parliamentary committee it would be rolled-out “as soon as an effective one is available”.
Industry leaders said the government should ensure ethics and privacy are “correct by design” in its new contact-tracing app.