The Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT (GI-KACE) has organised Artificial Intelligence (AI) knowledge series forum on music, entertainment, culture and the creative arts.
The event which was organised by the GI-KACE was held on September 29.
The speakers who participated include, Winifred Kotin (Co-founder of CDD Super Fluids Labs), Kobby Spiky Nkrumah (Host of Joy Geek Squad, Multimedia Group) and Eyram Tawia (CE of Leti Arts).
They presented the available opportunities AI can help increase the value of tourism, culture, music and creative arts in the entertainment and creative arts industry in the country.
Director General for GI-KACE, Dr Collins Yeboah-Afari, President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (Musigha), Bessa Simons, Rhyme Sony, and other stakeholders were present to grace the occasion.
The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Knowledge Series brought together students, innovators, stakeholders and industry practitioners at the center in Accra.
The networking forum seeks to provide a platform to support the community-building efforts of the AI ecosystem in Ghana.
The event focused on exploring how AI can boost the Music, Entertainment, Culture and the Creative Arts sector towards the nation’s development.
The AI Knowledge Series was organised in partnership with the Institute of ICT Professionals GH, AI Association Ghana, Runmila AI Institute, GIZ, DTC and Fair Forward.
Winners of the just-ended AI hackathon organised by were outdoors and awarded during the forum.