Jason Hope Helps Plan the Future

When people think about the future and what it holds when it comes to daily life, they often think about the technology of smart phones and similar devices. The idea that our cell phones will be able to control things like alarm clocks and light switches are not far off from reality. The Internet of Things is a notion that anything embedded with electronics, sensors, and software will be able to connect and exchange data. Jason Hope, entrepreneur and future enthusiast, is a strong believer in such ideas. He believes that The Internet of Things has the capability to transform daily life by doing things like syncing in real time with vehicles, give better traffic updates, and even control aspects of our home and to know more click here.

Jason Hope is an native Arizonan entrepreneur who’s main specialty lies in the field of technology. People often rely on him to predict future trends in this area because he sees prospects when others do not. He received his degree in finance as well as an MBA from Arizona State University. After graduating, Jason Hope started up a mobile communications company but now focuses more on giving back to the community.

An example of Hope’s philanthropy can be seen with the SENS Foundation. This foundation focuses on anti aging, not just for looks but to create a better quality of life for individuals all across the world. The main component that sets this foundation apart from many other medical researchers, is that they take a preventative approach. Unlike many other medical professionals who look for cures, instead of the root cause. Jason Hope has a personal connection and desire to help people through the research done with the SENS foundation. He has already donated over half a million dollars in research funding in order to create a new lab in Cambridge where actual testing can be done. The contributions made with SENS are one of many that he has done throughout the past few years and he has no plans to stop any time soon.

 

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