Ad Feature: Creative technology just got cheaper

According to Jonathan Cherry, Director at CherryFlava Media, creative technology which can be used to create content is getting cheaper.

He says good content can now be produced by just using a laptop, cellphone or a drone. Previously this kind of content would have required the use of a massive film crew which costs millions , says Cherry.

Technology in this era of content creation is rapidly advancing...

Jonathan Cherry, Director at CherryFlava Media

Cherry says now technology can be used to create fake news. He spoke of a new technology which can change facial expressions in real time. See video below:

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