Category: Ecology of Health

Engaging Patients and Public in the future of Health technology: DeepMind in Manchester

After last week’s insightful event in London, DeepMind Health moved to Manchester to explore how patients and the public can be better involved and engaged in the future of health. We set out to work with the people who will interact with, use, and improve DeepMind Health projects:  people who are willing to share their

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Ecology of Health: Questions that need to be asked

Richard Feynman said he would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned. We finished our International Bateson Institute Ecology of Health conference with more questions than we did answers. In fact, we deliberately drew together our discussions, asking what are the questions are that now need to be asked? This is what was

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