Jason Hope is a well-known internet entrepreneur, and he’s unbelievably accurate when it comes to making predictions about future technologies. Hope hails from the greater Phoenix area and earned his MBA from the W. P. Carey School of Business. He is an avid and skilled investor and takes a great deal of pride in his charitable work.
What people find most intriguing about Jason is his thought process on future technologies and breakthroughs. Here we’ll cover a few of his favorite topics: IoT and SENS.
Jason Hope’s Thoughts on the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things is becoming more and more common. Devices that were once fairly common can now be connected so that you have optimal control of your surroundings. Of course, Jason Hope suggested that this would be the most groundbreaking technology we’ve seen yet, well before the rest of the public believed it.
According to Jason, IoT will continue to evolve to the point that everything will be connected. This speeds efficiency in business and personal life. All of your tasks can be managed conveniently and instantly. Not only will homes be connected to the internet of things, but we’ll be using them more and more frequently to aid in health-related issues. This aspect of technology will continue to advance longevity and a better quality of wellness and health.
Jason Hope’s Interest in SENS and the Research on Longevity and Anti-Aging
Way back in 2010, Jason sent waves through the philanthropic world when he gave SENS Research Foundation a very sizable contribution. Since then, Jason has remained active in his outreach for the foundation because he believes so much in their mission.
The foundation is working on new advances in studying and curing the aging process. More specifically, the SENS Foundation’s work focuses on curing diseases and illnesses caused by aging. They do this through the development of rejuvenation biotechnologies.
As with all things that Jason Hope champions, IoT and the SENS Foundation are on cutting edge of improved quality of life in the future.
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