SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BeeKeeperAI, a pioneer in zero trust, confidential computing and privacy-preserving analytics for the training, validation, and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare, today announced its expanded collaboration with Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) to allow algorithm developers and healthcare data stewards to access BeeKeeperAI, operating in the Microsoft Azure confidential computing (ACC) environment, through the Azure Marketplace.
“Through our collaboration with Microsoft and our use of Microsoft Azure services, we have developed key insights that will help to prepare the healthcare AI marketplace for confidential computing and provide resources to help data stewards and algorithm developers to effectively work in this new environment”
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The enhanced collaboration aims to accelerate the understanding and use of confidential computing as the new frontier for healthcare AI research, development, deployment, and monitoring. BeeKeeperAI utilizes the security and scalability of the ACC infrastructure within its applications and services to create a secure and confidential collaboration environment where proprietary AI algorithms can be validated against privacy-protected data sets from multiple organizations. A zero-trust confidential compute environment is designed to prevent visibility or access of the data or algorithm models by algorithm owners, data stewards, and BeeKeeperAI. This ensures data confidentiality and protects intellectual property.
“Through our collaboration with Microsoft and our use of Microsoft Azure services, we have developed key insights that will help to prepare the healthcare AI marketplace for confidential computing and provide resources to help data stewards and algorithm developers to effectively work in this new environment,” said Michael Blum, MD, Co-founder and CEO of BeeKeeperAI. “We chose Azure because of its privacy and security for data and algorithms as well as the infrastructure needed to compute at scale, in the cloud, across multiple locations.”
“The opportunity for AI to enable the delivery of better healthcare outcomes continues to expand exponentially, but developers are limited by access to critical datasets to train and to deploy their algorithms. We are pleased to partner with BeeKeeperAI to help the healthcare industry develop the understanding and expertise it needs to leverage confidential computing within healthcare innovation,” said John Doyle, Global Chief Technology Officer, Healthcare & Life Sciences at Microsoft. “The impact of what we are enabling aligns with the goals of the ever-increasing number of developers who are creating new ways to help to detect, diagnose, and treat diseases.”