Internet of Things

Jason Hope’s Vision for the Future

Modern day technology has already drastically changed the nature of everyday life for people globally, and these tools are advancing exponentially as time goes on. The gateway to the next great human achievements lies in 5G (5th generation) mobile networks. Anticipated to be roughly 10 times faster than current 4GLTE networks, the possibilities for the application of these networks, including potential cutting edge nanotechnologies, and even artificial intelligence increases drastically.

Common uses of mobile devices like video streaming, texting, and video chat can become instant in the literal sense. Also, 5G can widen the breadth of the Internet of Things, a term describing the growing network community of mobile devices, computers, smart T.V.’s and household appliances. With the omnipresence of 5G networks, self driving cars can navigate city streets, bypass obstacles and safely avoid pedestrians effectively, even communicating with each other with virtually no latency, reducing fatalities and traffic jams. Most notably is the potential advancement in medical biotechnology, which is a particular interest of entrepreneur and futurist Jason Hope.

Jason Hope donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation, who partly works in anti-aging technologies, in the belief that, with the use of 5G networks and nano and bio-technologies, age related disease will be a thing of the past. Also, mobile health monitoring devices for blood sugars and heart problems can deliver real time data in public places, increasing ease and quality of life for patients.

Jason hope was raised in Tempe, Arizona where he studied and got his degree in finance from Arizona State university and received his bachelors degree in business from Arizona State University’s W.P Carey School of Business. He strongly believes in giving back to the community and has an interest in the political community of Arizona. Jason hope is an investor, futurist, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.