LessonsChapter 1: Mankind's Cradle – Caveman, Early Art, Hunters, Gatherers and Fire Preview Chapter 2: Before Mesopotamia – Original Nile Civilizations, East and West Africa Preview Chapter 3: Royal Legacy – Migration for Language, Arts and Culture Development Preview Chapter 4: The Emperor – The Rise and Fall of Empires (Trade, Infrastructure and Politics) Preview
LessonsChapter 5: East – The Rise of Value for Exchange – Middle Eastern Trade Interest in Africa Preview Chapter 6: West – The West’s Late Arrival to Developed Shaka Zulus and Haili Selasies Preview Chapter 7: South – The Scramble for Empires through Divisions and Inhumane Trade Chapter 8: North – The White Man’s Burden to Enlighten the Already Wise African
LessonsChapter 9: Imagining Freedom – The Beginning of a Connected Digital Africa Preview Chapter 10: Quantum Generational Leaps – Leapfrogging Western Industrial Revolutions Preview Chapter 11: Behind Virtual Curtains – A Young Africa Emerges to Create its Future Preview Chapter 12: Our Original Story – The Reclaiming of Africa’s History and Art by Africans
LessonsChapter 13: Pan Africanism – #Africapitalism for the Real “Wakanda” in the 21st Century (Identity) Chapter 14: Own Your Story – Media and the Rise in IP Ownership by Africans (Ownership) Chapter 15: DreamAfrica Digital – AI, Cybersecurity, and Blockchain in Africa (Trust) Chapter 16: AOL 2.0 – Africa Online Lives to Become the King of the Digital Economy (Scale)
This book tells a long overdue and timeless story of the rise of mankind in Africa, uncovers inventions and innovations across the continent throughout time, and paints a forecast of its digital revolution in the 21st century and beyond. For too long the birthplaces of “the world’s religions” have been revered with annual pilgrimages, holidays and stories that have stood the test of time. However, the birthplace of humankind has been forgotten; lost in the history books, souls, and celebrations of modern-day Homo Sapiens. Through interviews with prominent African figures and the most recent research and insights from archeologists, scientists, and historians, hear the long overdue and timeless tale, The Last Digital Frontier: The History and Future of Science and Technology in Africa as told by ASINGIA and other African voices.
A book of interest for Blacks in Higher Education or those interested in Africa for Business, Policy and Innovation.Journal for Blacks in Higher Education