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Updated: February 26, 2021


L-R Vice President, SAS Africa, Desan Naidoo; Artist and co-founder of the Cyborg Foundation, Neil Harbison; and Marketing Content & Communications Lead, SAS Africa, Vijayne Govender at the SAS Road to Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence Workshop in Lagos.

L-R Sales Manager, SAS West Africa, Babalola Oladokun; Vice President, SAS Africa, Desan Naidoo; Artist and co-founder of the Cyborg Foundation, Neil Harbison; and Marketing Content & Communications Lead, SAS Africa, Vijayne Govender; Senior Manager, Advanced Analytics, Nedbank, Prenton Chetty and Senior Business Solutions Manager, Advanced Analytics & AI, SAS, Larry Orimoloye at the SAS Road to Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence Workshop in Lagos.

L-R Director, Digital Advisory Team, Ernst & Young, West Africa, Dapo Adewole; Associate Director, Biware Consulting, Walid Kaâbachi; Head, Card Business,FirstBank Nigeria, Folasade Femi-Lawaland Senior Industry Consultant, Global Banking Practice, SAS, Alex Kwiatkowski during a panel discussion at the SAS Road to Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence Workshop in Lagos.

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