Creatives discussion at the innovation series | Event
By Guardian Exclusive
17 November 2023 | 11:09 am
For the past 11 years, industry professionals from across sectors have gathered at the Innovation lecture series to discuss how to innovate and collaborate for a better future. This year's discussion centered on the relationship between the creative industries in Africa and the advancement in artificial intelligence with a huge spotlight on Nollywood.
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