Jason Hope was recently discussed in an article by gaming and tech news publication Engadget, “Jason Hope’s Hard Line Stance On the Internet of Things.” Hope believes that the Internet of Things will play a monumental role in the world’s very near future. Specifically, Hope believes that the Internet of Things will foster exceptional progress in both the business world and in the ordinary lives of consumers.
Jason Hope is a promoter of the Internet of Things, as well as a futurist, a business writer, and a philanthropist from the state of Arizona. As a futurist, Hope is a vocal advocate and supporter of finding new technological means to prolong our lives, improve our health, and increase our daily comforts. His interests in biotechnology and philanthropy have led to his significant contributions to the SENS Foundation, a 2009 non-profit organization that works to identify and prevent age-related illnesses and pathologies. Hope predicts that the SENS Foundation’s success would transform the fields of biotechnology, medicine, and healthcare.
Hope educates both entrepreneurs and the wider public about the benefits resulting from technological advancements. For instance, Jason Hope recommends that companies connect their products to the Internet of Things to keep up with their worldwide competitors. He also recommends the book “The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies” by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, which describes the ways that technology will manage our lives. Hope is confident in the future of technology and of humanity.
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