News of Note—U.S. lawmakers warn Canada about Huawei; Google's new AI algorithm for healthcare and more

News of note
Google has come up with an artificial intelligence algorithm that can predict when patients will die. (Pixabay)

Senate intelligence committee members recently warned the Trudeau government about the U.S.'s security concerns over Huawei. Globe and Mail article 

Huawei is working to convince Australia's government that it should be allowed to take part in 5G. Reuters article

Google has come up with an artificial intelligence algorithm that can predict when patients will die, which could give it entry into the healthcare vertical. Bloomberg article

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D-Link will add software-defined networking for some of its switches by the end of this year.  ITP.net article

Telenor Research’s Ieva Martinkenaite was appointed to the European Commission's new High-Level Expert Group on artificial intelligence. Press release

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