Google has been granted access to approximately 1.6 million NHS patient records so that its artificial intelligence company can develop an app-based healthcare warning system. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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Google has been granted access to approximately 1.6 million NHS patient records so that its artificial intelligence company can develop an app-based healthcare warning system.

Google granted access to 1.6 million NHS patient records
 
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Alternative routes to debt recovery that put the citizen first must be taken, says Agilisys

Challenging the rise in council tax debts
 
New Services

A vehicle telematics agreement designed to help the public sector improve fleet safety and efficiency has been launched by the Crown Commercial Service

New vehicle telematics agreement to help public sector boost efficiency
 
New Product / Technology

IBM has announced a new framework for securely operating blockchain networks, as well as new services on the IBM Cloud that are designed to meet existing regulatory and security requirements.

IBM targets governments with secure blockchain service
 

The minister for the Cabinet Office, Matt Hancock, has hailed the potential to rethink how we use addresses and the creation of a new generation address system, as a key part of the government’s open data agenda.

Government exploring options for a new generation address system
 
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