To know Jason Hope is to hear about the Internet of Things. Hope has written many tech trend pieces articulating his confidence in connected technology becoming a household term (for those who aren’t yet initiated, the Internet of Things enables all imaginable devices to sync with one another). Hope’s promotion of the helpfulness of the Internet of Things has labeled him a “futurist” in technology circles. He maintains a firm understanding of the current landscape of technology, knowledge of which is useful in making accurate predictions of its future paths.
Jason Hope claims that the Internet of Things will change, forever and for the better, the way businesses, cities and families operate. Businesses will strive to create the most relevant and helpful apps for their consumers, big and small. A small-scale example shows families turning off their light switches from their smart phone. A much larger, and easily identifiable improvement can be seen in public transportation; maintenance and time-tables of trains and busses are now made immediately available. This real-time road mapping enhancement makes the commuter experience safer and more efficient. Benefits of the Internet of Things will reach to rural areas as well; first responders will be able to reach accidents faster as GPS tracking becomes more accurate and more information click here.
The Internet of Things is one of many improvements Jason Hope supports as a futurist. Hope is a philanthropist, as well. He contributes to the SENS Research Foundation to help research ways of creating longer, better quality life spans. Instead of focusing on finding cures for common diseases, such as Alzheimers, lung disease, and heart disease, the SENS Research Foundation hopes to stop these diseases from ever occurring in the first place and learn more about Jason.
Hope received a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Arizona State University. Afterwards, Hope obtained a Master’s of Business Administration from the W. P. Carey School of Business, also at Arizona State University and Jason’s lacrosse camp.
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