In this ever changing world, we live in, it’s hard to find people with compassion for what they believe in. Is there hope for the future? In Scottsdale, Arizona such a man with visions of philanthropy towards his fellow man believes there is still hope.
Jason Hope an entrepreneur from Scottsdale Arizona who has dedicated himself to various organizations, such as Sens a foundation that concentrates on improving the aging process, which would help doctors understand how to fight off various diseases at their early stages.
A graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in finance and an MBA from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business, Jason understands the importance of having a good education, so much that he supports and guides young people that would like to study technology, but cannot afford the fees of college. Being an entrepreneur and technological advocate Jason Hope has an interest in the future of technology. Mobile apps, desktop software hand gaming are some of the technologies that Jason are involved with, however, his vision reaches far beyond the technology of today.
Jason visualizes a new biotech public research and outreach industry that could benefit mankind. Jason believes that technology is not at a standstill and there is more to be done. His reputation as a skilled futurist has inspired others to believe that technology is not slowing down.
The internet today is a great resource of information communication it’s true, however, Jason implies that the internet can be a catalyst in helping us to live a healthier life. For instance, doctors would be able to monitor patients health from their office. This would cut down on office visits and give patients doctor home care. The Internet of Things (IoT) can also improve business by using machine-to-machine communication, which would allow one machine to control the other cutting back on manual labor.
These are only a couple of things that Jason visualizes, and he conveys that with the right type of development and more innovative and technological improvements the Internet of Things can better serve mankind.