As a finance and MBA graduate from Arizona State University, Jason Hope has become an expert in technology, biotechnology, and philanthropy. He dedicates most of his time and resources to ensure the well being of humanity in the most relevant ways possible. Take for instance his interest in rejuvenation biotechnology or internet of things. He’s a man who makes a lot of sense because he is taking action to realize the dreams of every man, woman, and child on earth. It all starts with Strategies to Engineer Negligible Senescence, SENS for short.
In 2010, Jason Hope donated $500,000 to their research to unlock treatment that will allow us to fight the disease that is aging. With time, and as humans, we become more susceptible to illnesses like cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and countless others. As a result, our bodies break down further to the point where they ultimately cost all of us our lives. They make our skin less elastic, our muscles weak and fatigued. Nothing we do has helped us to avoid these illnesses altogether, but in researching them, SENS aims to unlock ways for us to do just that.
A lot of the medicines available treat these diseases instead of preventing them. And through his millions of dollars in donations, they will become things of the past. Now, it’s important to note that the goal isn’t to live forever, but rather to promote longer and healthier lives for humankind. Something we are close to finally achieving with selfless men like Jason Hope.
Then you turn to our ever-connected world and consider how many small devices have come to market that allow us to lock and unlock our front doors long after we’ve departed. The ability for us to automate our entire homes with a simple voice command or tap of our fingers. More than ten years ago, these tasks were thought impossible. Most of us raved about the clapper, being able to turn off our lights from across the room. Jason Hope, as well as many others, see this as our coming future if not, the fact that we are already there.
It’s crazy to think that living more than 100 years, that our world will become even more connected than it already is. Frankly, the trend seems to be that science fiction is more an indicator of our reality. No one could blame us to think as much.
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