Google is building tools to predict when you’ll get sick. The company is applying its machine learning expertise, which it originally developed for consumer products like Translate and Image Search, to health care. To get there, it worked with hospitals, including Stanford Medicine, UC San Francisco and The University of Chicago Medicine, which stripped

millions of patient medical records of personally identifying data and shared them with Google’s research team, Google Brain.  “We can improve predictions for medical events that might happen to you,” said Katherine Chou, the head of product at Google Brain, in an interview with CNBC. “We have validated the data and seen promising results.” Those results will not be released until a formal review process. READ MORE