In 20 years, we will be having lifesaving operations where there will be transplants of pig hearts and other animal bodies into humans. Science is evolving to the point where we will be using genomic data to advance our health, as well as genetic modifications to fix some of these organs before vital transplants are made. Are Africans equipping the next generation on knowledge, ethics and social issues?
We will have a better blueprint of how our bodies work and nanotechnology will be used to solve what are probably life threatening issues today.
In light of this, where will our religious beliefs stand? Mind you, for decades, most of the insulin available for diabetes came from pigs or cows.
We will have various androids remotely controlled from servers running essential life support systems like the holy spirit is doing for believers today. How are you educating and preparing your child for a future web 3.0 Metaverse that will have immersive learning and skills that will be built utilizing computing power and AI?
The other question is this:
Are we equipping the next generation on knowledge of many of these things and ethical and social issues surrounding them, or chew and pour and fresh graduates associations?