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Jason Hope And The Internet Of Things

Jason Hope was recently the subject of an Engadget article outlining his stance on the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is the term used to identify the multitude of devices connected to the Internet besides the typical smartphone or computer. Lights that you can control from your smartphone or coffee pots that are connected to the Internet are examples from the Internet of Things.

Jason Hope believes that persistent Internet connectivity for everyday devices will help make life safer and reduce wastefulness. Author Jesse Boskoff outlines the exact stances that Hope takes and why he feels that way.

This Engadget article provides great insight into the life of Jason Hope. Hope is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and futurist. He is part of a growing group of people who see technology as the way forward for humanity and he pushes for its use for the greater good of humanity. Hope has written for Tech.co and much of his work focuses on the previously mentioned Internet of Things.

Learn more about Jason Hope: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonrhope

Jason Hope; The Compassionate Futurist

About Jason Hope

Jason is a businessman, investor, and futurist. He is also committed to helping various philanthropic causes across the globe.

Futurism

Jason Hope is an ardent believer of the internet of things. He is confident that in the future it will be possible to synchronize all utility appliances. Hope visualizes the world where a phone might be like a remote control for every other appliance in the house. He has stated that the internet of things is a fascinating invention known to him.

Jason is expecting major organizations to be the trailblazers in the integration of this discovery. Smaller entities will then follow suit; then the technology will move to a personal level; where it will be obligatory for everyone to embrace the internet of things. Since everybody will be adopting this invention, it is Jason Hope’s theory that technology firms will develop better devices due to stiff competition for the growing market.

After the full incorporation of the internet of things, the masses will witness the myriad of benefits it brings. As its advocate, Jason has outwardly spoken on the advantages of this invention. He has outlined better communication, fewer accidents, and minimal road congestion as some of the merits.

Though it’s yet to be fully implemented, according to Jason, the internet of things will be the ‘next big thing’ of the future.

Donation to SENS Foundation

Jason Hope donated half a million dollars to the SENS Research Foundation, an institution that aims to fight aging induced disease. Through development and promotion of rejuvenation biotechnologies, the SENS Foundations hopes to eradicate the menace of old-age conditions.

Jason said that he had been a long-time fan of SENS foundation’s exemplary work. He added that he was hopeful that his donation would hasten the research because the outcome stands to benefit humanity as a whole.

While accepting the grant, SENS’ CEO, Mike Kope, stated that his firm is redefining the biotechnology industry. He added that Hope’s donation would accelerate the progress of their studies.

Eric Pulier is Changing Lives through Technology Solutions

Eric Pulier is a technology enthusiast, a successful entrepreneur, and active philanthropist. He is currently the founding director at Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. He was recently the founding Chairman and CEO of ServiceMesh Inc., an enterprise cloud management company that was bought out by Computer Sciences Corporation in 2013.

He is a passionate public speaker at technology events. Eric Pulier was in charge of the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington DC in 1997. The event showcased the role of technology in our future lifestyles and attracted top government brass and mainstream media coverage. As a technology key point, he set up a live interactive stream at the event from a space shuttle.

Eric built his first computer program when in grade four and by high school, had started a database development company. He is credited with building SOA Software, now Akana, through pioneering technology products and strategic acquisitions. Eric has extensive experience developing products for government and enterprise technologies. Previously, Eric has served Computer Sciences Corporation as Vice President.

As a philanthropist, Eric Pulier is associated with the Clinton Global Initiative, X-Prize Foundation, The Painted Turtle and many others. He was instrumental in creating Starbright World, a platform for chronically ill children to share experiences and learn about the basics of healthy living. The platform was launched by then-Vice President Al Gore and Stephen Spielberg and connected over 70 hospitals in the US.

He was honored by US Doctors for Africa for his efforts in advocating for innovative and affordable technology to address healthcare needs. He also supports the Ace Foundation, a technology non-profit driving software policy in dealing with humanitarian challenges, and Campaign for Free College Tuition, a non-profit advocating for free college education for all Americans.

Eric Pulier is an accomplished author. He started working for The Harvard Crimson while at university writing a weekly column. He graduated in English and American Literature in 1988. His publications include “Understanding Enterprise SOA” in 2005 and “The Enterprise Industrial Complex” in 2015.