Social Media Week
Emerging technologies in agriculture will drive youth inclusion
The deployment of emerging technologies in agriculture would drive youth inclusion into the sector, experts have said.According to experts at the Agritech Youth Empowerment session of the on-going Social Media Week (SMW), Lagos, with new technologies, the agriculture sector can be adequately reformed.
Experts want FG to invest in education, health, others
Some experts in the field of education and health have called on the Federal Government to invest more in learning, wellbeing, and exports in preparedness for the year 2050.
Stakeholders urge digital, traditional media collaboration for wider reach
If the media must remain adequate, and enjoy wider reach, traditional, and digital platforms must collaborate.
‘Creative writing is key to media contents’
For the media, especially the traditional ones, creative writing will remain a distinctive feature of survival in the 21st Century.
GTBank’s MD/CEO, Segun Agbaje to speak at Social Media Week on Thursday, February 27, 2020
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Guaranty Trust Bank plc, Segun Agbaje, is set to lead a conversation at Social Media Week Lagos on Thursday, February 27, 2020. Tagged “Going Beyond the Digital Experience,” Segun Agbaje’s Keynote at the Social Media Week 2020 will focus on the role of banks in Africa’s rapidly changing digital and financial services landscape.
‘Nigeria must strengthen democratic process to handle hate speech’
With various dangers identified with hate speech and its handling by the Federal Government, experts have said that Nigeria must strengthen democratic process to avoid huge pitfalls.
The Guardian hosts sessions as Social Media Week begins today
The 2020 edition of the Social Media Week (SMW) Lagos opens today at the Land Mark Event Centre, Oniru, Lagos.The event, which brings together experts in the technology...
‘Use social media positively, judiciously’
At the end of the week-long Social Media Week (SMW), Lagos 2019, influencers, activists, bloggers and other users of the platforms have been urged to show decency online.
‘Technology critical to electioneering processes’
If well deployed and monitored adequately, technology has been described as a game changer for electioneering processes.
Fourth Industrial Revolution, key to competitiveness of Nigeria, others
Nigeria and other African countries must tap immesenly the opportunities the Fourth Industrial Revolution presents to remain competitive and develop. This was the submission of experts, yesterday at the third day of the on-going Social Media Week (SMW) Lagos 2019, where they condemned the increasing consumption of foreign technologies and other wares at the expense…