There is probably no limit to what technology and its multifaceted science can do to change the course of human history. Scientific inventions, innovations and their major technological breakthrough serves as a reminder that the solution to the future of the human race are embedded in the laws of nature, whether on uncertainty principle or relative theory of understanding. There is considerable understanding that science shall come up with a body of everything, or what scientists call a theory of everything (TOE) and that it is still possible in the future. These views serve to inspire one Jason Hope who has narrowed this hope in science into an internet of everything that he believes can be realized in this near future.
Jason hope has dedicated his intellect into exploring his genuine belief that various devices can be synchronized with each other from the clothes we wear to the car we drive to our kitchen devices using the same data, therefore, serving as an important source of information, work practice and diagnostic leveraging point. He particularly has as a shoe he uses while practicing that can measure the progress of exercising.
Jason Hope faith in this role of technology in the future of the human race can also be exemplified by his record breaking donation to biotechnology research institution (SENS). These donations are stemmed from his belief that aging and various others chronic diseases can be eliminated by putting more emphasis on what happens at the cellular level, a point that has been by scientifically proved by the use of stem cells, though still opposed by moral and ethical scholars. His donations are tenable noting success of stem cells cure in various conditions including HIV/AIDs. The impact of biotechnology in treating age related diseases has been appreciated however and it now points to the future, what it has in store for mankind.
Jason Hope is an alma mater of Arizona State University, where he graduated with an MBA. He chose to invest in mobile technology for he realized the opportunity it held in that its market was big and unexploited.
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