Jason Hope Foresees a Bright Future for the Internet of Things

Jason Hope has established himself as an entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, and futurist. Residing in Scottsdale, he firmly believes in the Internet of Things, which he thinks is the best development wave for the technology industry. The Internet of Things can be described as the technology which allows various daily life commodities like home appliances to synchronize with each other and become more efficient. Jason Hope is also a writer, and some of his posts have been featured on Tech.co, and many believe his predictions are a valid indicator of direction future technology has taken.

As is known, almost all companies that operate on global level have, or are adapting to and applying the Internet of Things in their operations. In regards to this, Jason Hope believes that for the other companies to remain relevant, they have to adapt. In the end, Hope foresees a world in which almost all devices connect to each other.

According to Hope, as much as smart technology is a fitting choice for many customers, in the next few years, it will no longer be an option but a necessity. He also believes that in a few years to come, online association will not only be through computers and internet enabled phones, but it may involve matters like remotely switching off lights.

About Hope’s Philanthropy

Jason Hope has developed a soft spot for philanthropy work. With his constant willpower to assist individuals through the use of technology, Jason Hope has made noteworthy donations, and one of his favorite organizations to fund is the SENS Foundation. Hope contributed $500,000 in 2010 to help the foundation conduct studies on various age-related diseases.

The SENS Foundation’s primary role is to transform the way the world researches and treats aging-related diseases. In 2015, some of its researchers were able to make significant findings about diabetic inflammation and aging. The discovery now allows the experts to study the condition and find ways of slowing it down or stopping it. Jason Hope also donated more funds to the SENS Foundation in 2016 to help with future research as well as fund various startups.

Besides the SENS Foundation, he has also made contributions towards organizations like the Boys and Girls Club, Family Health International, Leukemia & Lymphoma Societies, as well as the World Health Organization.

He holds a degree in finance from the Arizona State University, as well as an MBA from W.P. Carey School of Business.

Jason Hope’s Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/jason.r.hope

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