For Sanofi, this is almost the use of Google's expertise in data processing to quickly master thousands or even millions of diseases, medical and patient data. In particular, it will use Google technology to better understand patient relationships. This can be a tricky topic, considering that partnerships are most likely to allow Google to access patient information, but when it processes large amounts of data, the technology giant is unparalleled. Sanofi hopes that in-depth analysis will allow it to develop more personalized treatments.
Artificial intelligence will also be used to help the pharmaceutical company improve its business operations. Machine learning and artificial intelligence will be used to better predict sales and develop marketing strategies. As expected, Sanofi will transfer some business applications to Google's cloud platform, which may cause some privacy issues again. For Sanofi, it's all about maximizing operational cost efficiency and moving data faster.