Google’s Deep Mind Artificial Intelligence Unit Joins Cancer Fight with Nanotechnology

(London Evening Standard) – Deep Mind, the London-based artificial intelligence start-up bought for £400 million by Google last year, is working on technology to fight cancer, according to one of the search giant’s top executives. Speaking at Advertising Week Europe in London, Google’s UK head Eileen Naughton said: “In concept, they are trying to figure out how to use nanotechnology to turn off cancer cells. They’re working on high level, life changing stuff.”

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