It's a small-scale deployment, but it could be vital in the country. India is sorely lacking in ophthalmologist doctors (about 100,000), and only 6 million of the country's 72 million diabetics are never screened. This would reduce the workload of ophthalmic clinics and help them screen more people.
You could see an expansion elsewhere in the future. Verily's algorithm has just received a security label emphasizing the use of its artificial intelligence algorithm in Europe, and the company plans to expand its work "globally". It is a pillar of medical technology and deployment in India is just a starting point.