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Dineo Lioma’s energy and enthusiasm are infectious, and the way she speaks about things such as artificial intelligence (AI), DNA, enzymes and gene sequencing to aid those in the field of healthcare makes one believe there is hope for our virus-stricken world
Dineo Lioma’s energy and enthusiasm are infectious, and the way she speaks about things such as artificial intelligence (AI), DNA, enzymes and gene sequencing to aid those in the field of healthcare makes one believe there is hope for our virus-stricken world

Engineer, biotech innovator and businessperson Dineo Lioma plans to use artificial intelligence in the world of medicine, which might help to prevent the spread of tuberculosis and even viruses such as Covid-19 in the future, writes Sue Grant-Marshall

Dineo Lioma’s energy and enthusiasm are infectious, and the way she speaks about things such as artificial intelligence (AI), DNA, enzymes and gene sequencing to aid those in the field of healthcare makes one believe there is hope for our virus-stricken world.

Lioma has co-founded two medical technology companies, founded a third and currently runs two of them – and she is not yet 30 years old.

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