A privateness knowledgeable is criticizing Google for taking over a controversial health app developed by AI firm DeepMind. The app in query — Streams — used to be first used to ship indicators in a London sanatorium however hit headlines for accumulating information on 1.6 million sufferers with out informing them. DeepMind now needs the app to turn into an AI assistant for nurses and medical doctors world wide. BBC reviews: One knowledgeable described the move as “trust demolition.” Lawyer and privateness knowledgeable Julia Powles, who has intently adopted the advance of Streams, answered on Twitter: “DeepMind repeatedly, unconditionally promised to ‘never connect people’s intimate, identifiable health data to Google.’ Now it’s announced… exactly that. This isn’t transparency, it’s trust demolition,” she added.