Jason Hope is a philanthropic and futuristic entrepreneur located in Scottsdale, AZ. Hope’s charitable endeavors focus on scientific research, education, disease cure, and biotechnology. He actively supports local education programs that encourage students to study in and out of the classroom. Additionally, Hope provides financial assistance to organizations dealing with diseases prevention, control, and treatment.
For instance, Jason Hope has shown a keen interest in the SENS Foundation by donating about $500,000. Jason Hope donated to the humanitarian organization with the hope of enhancing the future of the community and eradicating aging-related problems. SENS Foundation is a non-profit organization located in California. The non-profit organization seeks to address the issue of human aging by enabling easy access to rejuvenation bio-technologies. SENS Foundation used the funds to establish a Laboratory at Cambridge.
Other foundations that have benefited from Hope’s passion for philanthropy include the Tony Hawk Foundation, Leukemia, the Andre Agassi Foundation, Boys and Girls of metropolitan Phoenix and True Colors Fund, T-Gen Foundation, and The Mark Walberg Youth Foundation. Hope is a member of the Director’s Circle in Arizona Science Center.
When it comes to technology, Hope focuses on different aspects such as research and development. He provides support to aid in the development of mobile applications, desktop software, and gaming software which can be applied to improving the future of human beings and bring joy daily. Hope has cooperated with technology organization to introduce new technology and conduct thorough research on technology infrastructure.
The advancement of technology and smart devices has seen the phrase ‘Internet of Things’ become popular in the technology industry. IoT is used to describe network-enabled devices that allow 2-way communication likes a home thermostat or refrigerator. Jason Hope predicts that the hospitality industry will gain the most from the exponential growth in IoT.
Jason believes the Internet of Things will have a significant impact on how people use their smartphones, how they drive, and how they check heart rates. Such changes are expected to improve how people complete tasks while at the same time bring a lot of excitement. However, Hope writes that the biggest challenge will involve introducing conventional non-electronic and analog devices into the digital age.
Consumers have rapidly become accustomed to the new application due to the explosion in internet-enabled devices such as tablets, smartphones, and televisions. According to Hope, the Internet of Things has simplified everyday activities such securing a cab service like Uber finding a date via dating sites like Badoo and Tinder.