Writing for Engadget, author Jesse Boskoff recently examined the perspective of Jason Hope, a futurist and entrepreneur. In the article, Boskoff discusses Hope’s belief that the Internet of Things is moving humanity forward and promises to fight wastefulness and inefficiency. For Hope, the Internet of Things shows potential to better the lives of everyone, and the growth and adoption of the Internet of Things is not a matter of if, it is a matter of when.
The inevitability of persistent, ubiquitous connectivity drives Hope’s career as a business consultant. He offers valuable insight into how digital technology can be used to make business better and he understands how the Internet of Things can drive business growth. He has made several predictions regarding the growth and direction of the Internet of Things and has closely associated himself with the field of biotechnology where much of this growth has been seen.
Hope’s considerable business acumen makes him a stand-out success in the fields of finance and business. Alongside his success in the private field he also has an extensive history as a philanthropist supporting futurist causes. Notably, he offers grant funding to people who present innovative ideas and he has pledged $500,000 to the SENS Foundation, a biotechnology organization that researches age-related illness. Through these actions Jason Hope sets himself apart.
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