Jason Hope is a well-known philanthropist as well as an entrepreneur from Arizona who grew up in Tempe. , schooled in Arizona state university, where he graduated with a bachelor’s of science in finance and later went for his MBA in the school of business at Arizona state university W.P Carey. Jason hopes is also an author and in his recent e-book, he talks about the internet of things which is a network of physical objects such as home appliances, cars, laptops, smart watches etc.
To him, the internet of things looks at how all the gadgets connected to the internet exchange information with each other and their interaction with human beings. In his book, Jason Hope also looks at how the IoT has increased production in industries, its improvement in efficiency and the ability to perform tasks that were unmanageable before. The IoT though disruptive has been helpful as it allows you to perform tasks that were impossible to perform before.
Some of this tasks include switching on and off the lights without having to stand, switching off the oven when at work if you forgot to do so before you left, and other things that seemed impossible. Jason explains that the internet of things is likely to offer a more comfortable future as a home appliance that will be connected to internet devices are being developed, smart cars being invented to control congestions in roads and maybe smart streets with signs that will be able to control road traffic thus making life more comfortable and easier.
As a philanthropist Jason Hope believes in repaying the community. Jason frequently gives donations to various organizations, both local and international. He is a member of the board of directors at Arizona science center, gives to those who he feels has the potential to make a better life. Most remarkably, Jason Hope has been helping people to fight aging and all the diseases that come along with ageing through making great contributions to SENS a research foundation that researches on ways to curb aging and also works towards changing the people’s perception on aging which is necessary for a revolutionary change.
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