AWS VP, Swami Sivasubramanian (left) and Hurone AI Founder, Kingsley I. Ndoh (right) at the UN summit on generative AI
AWS VP, Swami Sivasubramanian (left) and Hurone AI Founder, Kingsley I. Ndoh (right) at the UN summit on Generative AI

Founder of Hurone AI, Kingsley I. Ndoh, recently took center stage at the United Nations General Assembly Summit on AI, alongside AWS VP of Data and Machine Learning, Swami Sivasubramanian. Their presentation shed light on the potential of generative AI to revolutionize cancer care. The presentation marked a significant milestone for Hurone AI.

The summit convened esteemed leaders including U.S. Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, and Foreign Ministers from over 100 countries. Executives from tech giants like Alphabet Inc., Meta, IBM, Inflection AI, and OpenAI were also present. It served as a platform for dialogue on the future of AI, its implications, and the necessity for global AI safety and regulation.

Innovating on Amazon Bedrock

Hurone AI’s pioneering work in integrating Generative AI into healthcare has yielded tangible results, particularly in the realm of personalized care. By leveraging foundational models on Amazon Bedrock, Hurone AI has facilitated the localization of treatment protocols. This step has made precision healthcare accessible to a wider audience. Automation has emerged as a vital tool in streamlining healthcare delivery, amplifying the impact of AI in improving patient outcomes.

Hurone AI Founder, Kingsley I. Ndoh presenting at the UN summit on generative AI
Hurone AI Founder, Kingsley I. Ndoh presenting at the UN summit on Generative AI

A special thank you to Amazon for their continued support and belief in our mission. To the indomitable team at Hurone AI: this milestone is a testament to your unwavering dedication and innovative spirit,” Ndoh said about the presentation.

In a significant development, Hurone AI has expanded its reach by forging strategic partnerships with leading healthcare centers in Kenya and Nigeria. This expansion underscores the company’s commitment to democratizing access to advanced healthcare solutions across borders.

Read more about those partnerships HERE.

Floria Nyandaya

Research Fellow | Program Manager, Hurone AI

Floria Nyandaya is a physician-scientist dedicated to tackling health disparities in non-communicable diseases(NCDs) amidst Africa’s epidemiological transition. 

With a diverse background in primary clinical practice, healthcare management, infectious disease surveillance and NCD research, she has recently expanded her focus to digital health technologies. As a recipient of the Cardiometabolic Research Fellowship and the Thomas Francis Jr. Global Health Fellowship in her MPH program, Floria gained hands-on global health experience in the U.S., Nigeria, and Kenya. 

Her research endeavors have been multifaceted, from advancing women’s cardiovascular health to exploring the utility of artificial intelligence in enhancing renal and cancer care and addressing diversity gaps in clinical trial research. Continuously driven by her passion for making a tangible difference, Floria remains dedicated to improving the health and well-being of underserved populations.

Marko Stanojević

Engineering Product Manager, Hurone AI

Marko is the Engineering Product Manager at Hurone AI. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the Belgrade Institute of Technology. His expertise in software engineering and product development plays a key role in Hurone AI’s success.

Marko’s ability to bridge technology and user experience has been vital in driving the launch of Hurone AI’s innovative products. His collaborative approach and adaptability ensure that the company’s solutions meet the highest standards.

Outside of work, Marko is passionate about technology and stays updated on the latest industry trends. His commitment to continuous learning makes him an invaluable asset to the Hurone AI team.