HealthExec March 15, 2023
Dave Pearson

Along with expanding research into large-language models to rival OpenAI’s ChatGPC, the search-engine king is working on AI for improving maternal care, ultrasound access and tuberculosis screening.

Google announced the concentrations March 14 in an update posted by Greg Corrado, PhD, the company’s head of health AI, during its annual health event, the Check Up with Google Health.

“We’ve taken a ‘move slow and test things’ approach to prove efficacy, equity, helpfulness and safety above all,” Corrado writes.

In healthcare, he adds, “there is enormous potential for AI to augment diagnostic and treatment planning processes, especially through partnerships to help bring high-quality care to communities that need it most.”

Here’s what Corrado says Google is doing in each of the...

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