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Futurist Jason Hope on the Internet of Things and Anti-Aging

Jason Hope is a successful entrepreneur, investor, advisor, and teacher for his day job. After work he is a noted philanthropist, and a passionate futurist. Like all futurists he projects his vision of the future based on trends of the present. As with his expertise in business, his predictions on the future can be taken seriously. A two-time graduate of ASU with a Bachelor’s in Finance and an MBA, Jason Hope knows what he is talking about, however, the Scottsdale-based investor does to just talk. Hope is a spokesman for rejuvenation biotechnology, supporting the SENS Research Organization, and writing numerous articles on the subject. He believes that anti-aging research is the future, and will eventually better the quality and length of life on earth. He supports SENS because unlike traditional medicine, they seek to create a cure, not provide treatment. Hope’s vision of the future is not just health-based, he also is a big advocate for the Internet of Things. Scottsdale Philanthropist Jason Hope Helps Pioneering Nonprofit Fight Aging

Connected technology is syncing everything together these days. It is aiding the advancement of many things, and causing the end of many things as well. Hope’s vision of IoT’s future is based on the major industries getting involved with it. As they advance through IoT’s supreme connection, others will have to follow to keep up. Jason Hope’s Hard Line Stance on the Internet of Things

In the wake of its progression will come numerous apps that connect the devices of daily life. It will lead to people being more informed, ease of access, luxury, the elimination of waste, and bettering the safety of all involved. Already public transportation has benefitted, as well as medical science. Machine led surgeries are making a sweep, providing better healthcare. For Hope, who sees rejuvenation biotechnology becoming a leading preventer of numerous age-related diseases, the IoT can only help research progress faster. Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in  the IoT era

Hope donated $500,000 to SENS to advance their AGE-blocker research. It is aimed at stopping the processes within the body that cause it to age. Such a breakthrough could result in better quality of life. Hope sees people of the future living better and longer. His vision for anti-aging fits with SENS goal, to stop the process where it starts and prevent serious illnesses like cancer, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s, from even happening. Jason Hope Pledges $500,000