The Last Digital Frontier: The History and Future of Science and Technology in Africa.
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.The book provides a compelling historic and forward-looking exploration of “the last digital frontier” of access and inclusion, Africa, and its potential to lead, host, and create the innovation breakthroughs of the future. Pre-order now: www.brianasingia.com
About the Author: Brian ASINGIA
“Technology is a tool for progress towards a better society.” – ASINGIA, @brianasingia
ASINGIA, CEO DreamGalaxy Platform and DreamAfrica Consulting, has over 10 years involvement in the intersection of economy, business development, environment, technology and the arts, with a focus on Africa. He began his career at Wall Street’s The New York Stock Exchange where he started as a Business Analyst in Enterprise Architecture’s CORE Technology group and left as an Associate in the Product Management group. Through his work with startups and consulting, he has engaged governments, diplomats, educational institutions, and programs like Creative Lab Paris, Traction Camp by the World Bank, TED Residency by TED, and Entrepreneurs for Impact MBA by ALTIS, Milan (Tangaza University Business Model Winner 2016). He has spoken at or attended trainings and conferences such as African Billionaire Tony Elumelu Entrepreneur Network (TEF), Africa Trade and Investment Summit (ATIGS), Concordia, Ivy Business Schools, and alma mater networks including: Lafayette College, International House NYC (as a Shelby Davis Scholar) and the United World College (UWC) alumni community.
ASINGIA believes Africans must seize this moment to capture and document the truth of their past, so as to learn and grow from it: “Africa’s history and values are key to its emergence as the Digital King and Economy of the future. Africa with its real empires and knowledge was looted and its leaders assassinated but never conquered. Rather, her mysteries lay hidden and undiscovered within its youth as secrets awaiting the right time. That moment is now.” He co-publishes the Diaspora Today magazine and writes books and scripts for film and tv. Join him at www.brianasingia.com @brianasingia #AskAsingia