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Google Nigeria: Trains Women Journalists on Generative AI and Digital Skills

Lagos - On Wednesday, members of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ Lagos State chapter, experienced fresh and invigorating training on generative AI and Digital Skills by Google Nigeria.

The Google-led training which was held at its Ikoyi office in Lagos was aimed at equipping female journalists across platforms with the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage AI for story telling, and creating content.

In her remark, the Vice Chairperson, NAWOJ,Lagos Comrade Bunmi Yekini said the association prioritizes development and upskilling of her members and opportunities like this Google-led training for members is a welcomed one, “The training exposed our members to both existing and new tools that's available on Google. It's interesting to know how much tools such as Google lens, and Google photos can do”.

“ And then the Gemini Era where you have the ‘Gemini Search’, ‘Circle to Search’ and other new tools that would not just make your job easy but also give you the power to be more imaginative and creative”, She added.

The program was designed to empower women in media by giving them the tools and confidence to understand and utilize AI potential in enhancing their work.

Some of the covered areas for training include:

Understanding AI and its applications in Media where participants went through the basics of understanding AI concepts.

The training programme received positive responses from participants who were selected across chapels in the state.

The media industry is rapidly changing, and AI is poised to play a transformative role.

“The initiative behind the programme is to highlight the growing recognition of the need to bridge the gap in the field of AI, by equipping women in Media with AI expertise, the program empowers and sharpens their skill at storytelling and content creation”.

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