The Internet has changed our world. The way people operate and get things done today is much different than before the internet was around. No one is more a believer in the internet that Jason Hope. Hope is a big believer in a concept called the Internet of Things. He looks at it as he greatest advancement in the tech industry in quite some time. He recently spoke with engadget about Jason Hope’s philosophy and his thoughts about the tech world.
The Internet of Things is a unique way to keep multiple devices connected using technology. This concept is already seen in many devices today like kitchen appliances, and electronic devices. Hope is convinced the Internet of Things will eventually transform the way that businesses operate and function. He furthermore believes it is going to be the biggest investment that large corporations will take on in the future.
During the interview Hope went on to explain how smart technology is a convenience for for many consumers now. Like many changes in technology he things it will become the only way to operate in the future. Competition between corporations will rise and who becomes the best will be based on utility for consumers. Hope expects that this competition will be quite intense over the next few years.
Jason Hope is a entrepreneur, futurist, and philanthropist that has been making an impact in business around the world. Hope is a graduate of from Arizona State University and also holds an MBA from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. Hope has a passion for technology and is always watching the industry to find and understand current trends. Hope’s success have not made him selfish. He has become well known for his philanthropy throughout his career. He chooses to give to groups that are like minded with his philosophy. One of his favorite groups to give to is the the SENS foundation. Much of their focus has been on creating a longer, better quality of life through preventative measures. This is a concept that Hope also firmly believes in.
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