SQL and Google
...and claiming it doesn’t need their consent either....
Google still practices SQL approach: Google annotates, explains patient data from the outside, only what Google has access to. For example, by his queries or unrelated patterns (extracted from the texts found by the patient and known to Google).
And those information, those texts that are not available to Google - for example, which are read in places inaccessible to Google - are simply not noticed. But in a health-related cases the inability to get any details is just dangerous! This is not the Internet search, when Google can make naive eyes and say " Google did not find this and output only what it found."
AI technology, as I've told you a million times, clarifies data from within, using all data in personal devices. That is, the patient annotates everything in there, and ALL related to his health data will be structured and used. (Not just those that Google saw.)
AI technology ensures that everything, on which human health depends, will not be lost! Google and SQL don't.