Jason Hope and the Future of Technology

Jason Hope is an entrepreneur based out of Scottsdale,Arizona. He has a passion for philanthropy and technology. He believes investing in our future now will have greater rewards for the future generations. Hope was a graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in Finance. Jason Hope later received his MBA from the Carey School of Business. Jason Hope also believes in mentoring the next generation of high school graduates and future entrepreneurs. He has also involved himself political interests related to businesses.

Jason Hope is a self proclaimed futurist that spends most of his efforts in technology innovation. Jason Hope is especially interested in the “internet of things” which is essentially a virtual network. He shares his predictions for 2018 with Analysts of Finance. Almost 800 million dollars is predicted to be spent in this virtual network in 2018. IT security will be a huge concern in 2018 because the internet connects so many people, networks, and devices together. Blockchain technology, which is a type of crypto measure, will be essential for successful IT security in the coming years.With extensive security measures must come extensive training among workers to ensure the security measures are utilized properly.

Rejuvenating technologies will eventually allow people to live longer, healthier, and more fulfilling lives. Hope joined the SENS Foundation in his pursuit of agelessness. He believes it is more than just living longer but actually creating a better quality of life as well. SENS stands for Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence. Senescence is basically an organism that does not experience aging. Humans do not currently possess any of these traits. The goal of this foundation is to create and/or discover a trait the would become attainable to humans. Hope truly believes in the purpose of this organization and has invested both monetary resources and technology to this very cause. Jason Hope’s Hard Line Stance on the Internet of Things