Jason Hope and His Vision for the Future

Futurist and entrepreneur Jason Hope knows what’s coming. The Internet of Things will take over modern life as we know it. If this sounds a little ominous, don’t worry. The Internet of Things relates to smart technology being more fully integrated into our daily lives. Most of us already rely on our smart phones and tablets for communication, shopping, social media and weather updates. Jason Hope surmises that soon we will be connected to our kitchen appliances, cars and other everyday items. The interconnectedness of smart technology will create less crowded roads, better maintained public transportation and just make life easier in general. Jason Hope believes that this shift will create a hungry marketplace in the next few years, with companies producing more effective consumer driven smart technology. Our acceptance of the Internet of Things will be cohesive and natural and more information click here.

Jason Hope is a diverse business man with a desire to help humankind. He attended Arizona State University where Jason Hope received a degree in Finance. His graduate work was completed at Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business where he received his MBA. He is an investor in cutting edge technology companies that focus on marketing services, interactive software and digital media solutions. Jason Hope is a frequent blogger for the popular site Tech.co and enjoys exploring new ideas about the future of technology and what Jason knows.

Philanthropy is a driving force for Jason Hope. He donated $500,000 to the SENS Research Foundation in 2010. The SENS Research Foundation is dedicated to researching age related diseases. It’s Jason’s desire to help prevent diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s; he believes that the focus should be on preventing age related diseases instead of looking for cures. By using technology Jason Hope is confident that medical science can make great leaps in the future to solve these prevailing and devastating health issues and resume him.

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