2023 was a year of immense growth and progress for Hurone AI. We’ve implemented solutions to advance generative AI in healthcare, and we are delighted to share the milestones and innovations that have propelled Hurone AI closer to the forefront of MedTech.

Product Upgrades:

Generative AI Solutions

Leveraging the power of generative AI, we’re using AWS Bedrock and Titan Models for enhanced precision in oncology care delivery and included specific guidelines to facilitate our expansion into Latin America and other African countries.

Genomics Partnership on the Horizon

We’re also finalizing a partnership to integrate genetic data into our solutions to boost the personalization of our AI models.

Go-to-Market Progress:

Growing Pipeline and data partnerships

Our pipeline of centers is growing rapidly. We’re also paving the way for mutual profitability with our data-sharing agreements by enhancing AI model training while ensuring strict adherence to privacy regulations.

New team members

We welcomed two new board advisors and strengthened our engineering and business development teams to ensure more value for our healthcare and pharma partners as we raise funds and go to market.  

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Policy Influence, Global Recognition & Partnerships:

Policy Advocacy

Our expertise is shaping U.S. policy on cancer navigation technologies, bridging tech innovation with healthcare policy through the President’s Cancer Panel.

AWS Re:Invent Spotlight

AWS VP for Data and Machine Learning, Swami Sivasubramanian highlighted Hurone AI at AWS Re:Invent 2023 to a global audience. Watch the video HERE.

AI in Global Cancer Care

Also at re:Invent, Our Founder, Kingsley I. Ndoh joined an expert panel of pathologists, doctors and medical technologists to discuss how artificial intelligence will fuel future innovation in cancer diagnosis and drug discovery. This highlighted the importance of generative AI in healthcare.

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L to R: Kanan Sawyer (AWS), Rob Francis, CTO Bookings.com, Swami Sivasubramanian VP, AI & Data (AWS), Nhung Ho, VP of AI at Intuit, Kingsley Ndoh CEO Hurone AI, Aravind Srinivas, CEO Perplexity

U.N. General Assembly

Kingsley also emphasized Hurone AI’s potential for global impact to world leaders and industry stakeholders at the UN summit on generative AI, where I shared the stage with AWS VP for Data and Machine Learning Services, Swami Sivasubramanian.

Rising Star Award

The Washington Global Health Alliance honored our commitment to global cancer care by presenting our founder with the Rising Star Award

Hurone AI in the news:

Forbes Africa – The Good Doctor With An Eye For AI in Africa

Quartz – An AI built with Amazon software is monitoring cancer in Nigeria and Kenya

Axios – Big Tech wields AI might to accelerate cancer research

US Department of State – Artificial Intelligence for Accelerating Progress on the Sustainable Development Goals

About Amazon – This AWS-powered startup gives Rwandan cancer patients better access to life-saving treatments

Fred Hutch Global Oncology Lecture – Leveraging medical technology to address cancer care gaps in underrepresented populations

Geekwire – Personal story leads entrepreneur to launch a startup to improve cancer care in Africa and beyond

Business Insider – Hurone AI is solving Africa’s breast cancer problem with user-first technology

Daily Nation Kenya – AI to improve cancer treatment at Jaramogi Referral Hospital

Business Day Nigeria – Kingsley Ndoh: Nigerian getting the world’s attention in cancer care with AI

Our 2024 roadmap is clear and ambitious and we are working passionately and tirelessly to advance generative AI in healthcare and close the health equity gap. Together we can and will make precision cancer care accessible to everyone, everywhere.