Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic (Authur C. Clarke)
Arthur C. Clarke’s second and third law states:
-The only way to learn the limits of the possible is to push a bit further beyond them into the impossible.
-Magic is indistinguishable from any sufficiently evolved technology.
Africa’s future will be entirely contingent on thoughts translated into action.
It will be propelled forward by a combination of technology and intellect.
Gordon Moore’s law will be significantly more visible in the motherland than it would be on white soil.
Technology is still in its infancy and has yet to reach its full potential. Any sufficiently evolved technology, however, is indistinguishable from magic.
Africa will continue to amaze us.
However, we must prepare for the future. Our third primary language should be computer programming languages. You should master the concept of computer programming language regardless of whether you enjoy art or science. They would make up a larger portion of our future.
And the further our eyes can see, the more we will be able to do.