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Daniella Castro Araujo


Birthplace: Brazil

Daniella Castro is the co-founder and CTO of Huna, a Brazilian healthtech company utilizing artificial intelligence to make cancer screening accessible to all. With Huna, she has been recognized with five awards, including the esteemed Bayer Foundation Women Empowerment Award. Daniella began her career at Petrobras as the Coordinator of International Reserves. She later transitioned to artificial intelligence at Kunumi, where she founded the Research area and played a key role in creating the Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence (LIA) at UFMG. Daniella has contributed to over 15 scientific papers during her academic journey. She holds a master's in Research Operations from USP and a PhD in Artificial Intelligence from UFMG. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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Artificial intelligence helps analyze blood work to detect breast cancer  
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