At Google we’re committed to improving the lives of as many people as possible. One of the most important areas in which we’re striving to do that is health.
When you need information about medical conditions, directions to the nearest hospital, reminders to take medicine, or help with measuring your fitness progress, you might ask Google for help. We do our best to provide the most accurate and helpful information across services like Google Search, Maps, Assistant, Fit and WearOS Smartwatches.
Beyond that, emerging technologies present opportunities to elevate healthcare for everyone. Today we’re studying the use of artificial intelligence to assist in diagnosing cancer, predicting patient outcomes, preventing blindness, and much more. We’re exploring ways to improve patient care, including tools that are already being used by clinicians. And we’re partnering with doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to help improve the care patients receive.
After years in the healthcare system, Dr. David Feinberg is bringing together groups of people across Google and Alphabet to take on big healthcare challenges through groundbreaking research and developing tools that support better care. You can learn more about his pre-Google life and his vision for Google Health in this interview.
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