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. Hope believes in the potential of technology so much that it guides his philanthropy and provides the basis for his generous grants, given to applicants who demonstrate innovative ideas and seek to push society forward.
Learn more about Jason Hope: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonrhope