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anonymised

Personal data that have been processed so as to make it impossible to know the person with whom the data are associated. Anonymisation of data is especially important for the secondary (non-trial-relate) use of personal health data.
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They have also published a demonstration tool that allows people to understand just how likely they are to be traced, even if the dataset they are in is anonymised and just a small fraction of it shared.
My company is working with a number of NHS Trusts to develop AI that analyses ethically-sourced, anonymised patient data.
At first, the data is anonymised. However, if the information matches the behaviour of a suspect or witness, Google has to provide related names and other sensitive information as well.
It used half a million anonymised chest X-rays to develop the AI system, which the developers said was able to learn the visual patterns in X-rays and link it to an urgency level.
In other words, by using encryption to secure data in motion, the data flowing across the network becomes anonymised and is useless to any hackers that may have infiltrated the network and are attempting to compromise sensitive data flows.
Kemboi said similar anonymised numbers will be used in each case.
Gorton, Ph.D., from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom, and colleagues conducted a population-based cohort study involving two primary care data sets (the Clinical Practice Research Datalink [CPRD] and the Secure Anonymised Information Linkage [SAIL] Database) linked to hospitalization and mortality records.
However, we argue that using this method the anonymised ECG signal does not fully conceal the fiducial features since the RR interval (related to heart rate variability, HRV) is present in the signal.
Sydney, Australia, March 08, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Real-time performance management company Pay Compliment announce the launch of anonymised feedback to protect employees from fear of reprisal for speaking up about issues at work.
Findings from the anonymised survey will be used to help develop a better understanding of young people's online lives.
Public Health England gave anonymised data on all cases from 2009 to 2013 to William E Wecker Associates under Freedom of Information law.
Some children - anonymised to protect their identities - who were interviewed by the current affairs programme told how they felt bullied, let down and isolated after reporting abuse.