Defying the Odds of Aging Using Technology as Futuristic Jason Hope Believes
As people reach the prime of their youthfulness, they get encountered with an aging dilemma that is inevitable especially with the challenges of aging. Nobody is afraid of aging, but everybody is worried about the effects associated with aging. Diseases such as osteoporosis, high blood pressure, arthritis, and cancer become a nightmare with the healthcare system going all out in efforts to treat such cases. However, Arizona based futurist and philanthropist Jason Hope believes we should be preventing such diseases before they even occur by reversing or slowing down the aging process. His philanthropic efforts are evident. He donated $500,000 in 2010 to SENS Foundation, an organization that helps the public gain knowledge on how to counteract aging, and avoid dreaded aging diseases. Aubrey de Grey is the co-founder and chief science officer who donated more than $10 million to the foundation and shares the same dream as Jason Hope.
They believe SENS medical strategy of using biotechnology can help fight diseases such as diabetes and Alzheimer. Hope firmly believes that technology can help solve some issues and has written an eBook entitled Understanding the Internet-of-Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era. The book breaks down the future expectations which society gets from technology and sends light in Jason Hope’s insights into futurism.Jason Hope is an investor, entrepreneur, and futurist from Scottsdale, Arizona. Born in Temple, Hope joined Arizona State University after high school for a bachelors of business in finance before attending W.P Carey School of Business for his MBA. After graduating, he founded numerous multiple technology-related startups in the Phoenix area which prospered well.
Jason soon became known in the industry and accumulated enough wealth which he started using in philanthropic donations. His consultative services have helped many people succeed in different sectors.He gives grants to students with appealing and innovative ideas providing funding of $500-5,000 on modern technology concepts. Students from universities can directly request the grants by completing a short form on Jason Hope’s website.Hope donations have helped in developing AGE-breakers which eliminated advanced glycation end-products that build up as people age. The most common is glucosepane that promotes multiple health problems and aging as it is deposited in veins and skin. SENS Foundation has been empowered to carry on more research on ways to remove this substance from the body.