Entrepreneur Karine Oliveira, from Wakanda Educação, is one of the guests of the World Creativity Festival to talk about black technology. She says the meeting will demonstrate that Salvador goes beyond tourism, being also “an innovative and technological city, base and cauldron of the creative economy”. You will also show “how much people from the periphery, for structural reasons, can think of innovations to overcome our own difficulties and inequalities”.
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For her, the event blows bubbles and opens new horizons to incredible people, who have done an important job, but sometimes not enough for everyone because of the algorithms. “It is important to bring these people together so that we can exchange ideas, discuss and debate, until we can create more new things and everyone is bleached back to their places of origin,” she says.
The panel, which will be held on 22, at 10, at Hub Salvador, also includes the participation of entrepreneurs Antonio Pita, from Diaspora Black, and Arthur Lima, from Afro Saúde. The meeting will be mediated by the presenter Aldri Anunciação.
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