Jason Hope has a master’s degree in business and is a futurist, someone who attempts to divine the future from the solid evidence before them. We also know him to believe the future is very bright a single glance at his website welcomes the user with a scrolling headline of quotes and ideologies from the man himself. He is a rare individual, one who seeks to use his skills to further mankind as opposed to making a quick profit off whatever is available. But I digress, he has some specific thoughts on the “internet of things” and how they will help humanity as a whole.
The internet of things is a concept of inter connectivity that is so inclusive it becomes normal for every single thing to be connected. Jason Hope believes this will be a great boon to humanity. He forecasts that at home your phone or similar device will become a universal remote for every gadget, every device and everything inside it. Once public transportation is integrated into this massive network, buses and other modes of public transportation will be more able to avoid particularly congested traffic or make small deviations to pick up additional passengers ultimately becoming faster, safer and more convenient even than one’s own vehicle. This will ultimately prove to clean the air as more people will take the more efficient public transit causing fewer cars to clog the streets, and making the preferred public transit ever more useful and popular.
Jason Hope is not complacent in his visions of a better future though he has few skills to directly influence it, he has wealth and business sense enough to invest in medical and technological startups that have the potential to greatly change how humans thrive among our new internet of things. That is not to say he simply invests, however, Jason is a great man who sets aside funds for SENS, an anti-aging firm and similar groups that he finds to be doing great if underfunded work. It is my personal belief that Jason is a man worthy of praise and adoration.
To know more visit: “www.business.com/articles/jason-hope-iot-security-problems/“