Two Zimbabwean entrepreneurs Collins Jimu and Zvikomborero Duri won the Cybertech Africa Security and Blockchain Hackathon competition held recently in Rwanda.
The duo bagged US$5,000 for developing a groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence cancer diagnosis system named Cancer360.
They beat 120 contestants from different countries in Kigali.
The cancer diagnosis system works with a camera called a thermo imaging which enables to check if there is a cancer that is developing in one’s body at the very early stages.
The application can detect five types of cancers, colon, skin, lung, breast and prostate cancer.