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Google wants to help track public health data in world's second most populous country

Google wants to develop a tech-based solution to collect, analyze and integrate public health data in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, according to reports.  SEE ALSO: Google CEO: India is a ‘quick-test market’ for company’s products The company is in talks with the state government to streamline public health programs. It plans to develop apps that will reduce the time taken in data collection by making it tech-enabled as opposed to tedious paperwork. It…

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Google wants to help track public health data in world's second most populous country

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