Jason Hope has been in the media for all manner of positive things which includes his philanthropic donations towards futuristic research that has been able to be funneled into finding cures for unique diseases that do not affect many in the population and as a result have been neglected because it does not influence the masses but few individuals.
Jason Hope has also donated over five hundred thousand dollars to the research concerning anti-aging. This happened after pomegranate which is a fruit was discovered to harbor secrets that would help our human skin be able to retain its youth for years to come. Additionally, some conditions were going to be treated when the cure is found especially degenerative diseases that lead to essential body tissue wasting away driving to general body weakness.
Jason Hope has also earned himself a reputation in the tech community and a renowned futurist. The passion that stems from his understanding of how technology works led him to observe the industry and using his analytical skills be able to predict the direction of future technology. His current prediction concerning the internet of things has led him to conclude that as things are continuing to become connected, it will be a massive opportunity for those people wishing to take advantage of the current opportunity to position themselves.
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Jason Hope has narrowed the topic to the security of these devices against individuals who would like to take advantage and turn these items into weapons. This was proved after two hackers were in the headlines after successfully hacking a moving vehicle to strengthen the possibility further. These types of activities cause fear among the public as they know that the future might leave them exposed to any attacks. Car hacking can be ranked among one of the high-risk outcomes, but it is critical to also focus on the minimum risk hacks that seem to be overlooked. The entrepreneur expounds that it might seem to have less of an impact if a fitness tracker is hacked but what if in the future most of our information, as well as financial documents and payment methods, are integrated and then lands into the wrong hands hacked.