Jason Hope has donated 500,000 to SENS Foundation, a non-profit organization in California. This organization is heavily involved in developing and spreading rejuvenation bio technologies, dealing with age-related diseases. Hope stated that he has been interested in SENS and the work of Dr. Aubrey de Grey who were advancing medicine to deal with human aging and diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Diabetes and Arteriosclerosis. This work will reshape the pharmaceutical, healthcare and biotech industries. SENS Foundation CEO Mike Knope thanked Jason Hope for his notable donation and explained about more about the organization’s purpose. SENS will be a public research and outreach center committed to rejuvenation technology.
With his outstanding contribution, they will be able to further progress their research. Dr. Grey was more specific in how the money will be used, explaining that arteriosclerosis is caused by the unwanted build-up of molecular bonds between the proteins that keep the cells of an artery together. This also causes long sightedness and aging, and if they can break these bonds, it will restore flexibility of the body’s cell matrix. Jason Hope is a true believer of the Internet of Things. This term refers to the everyday devices that have access to the web, things such as smart homes, vehicles, tablets, cell phones, and even appliances. Researchers says that by 2020, 30 million objects will comprise the IoT.
Entrepreneur and philanthropist Jason Hope has written an E-Book about this potential benefit to mankind titled, ” Understanding the Internet of Things Revolution: A quick guide for thriving in the IoT era”. In the book, Hope explains what this concept is, as well as making sure people understand all the devices that are part of this interconnectivity. He also goes into his own belief about this will improve society as a whole. Even though there is some risk, such as information leaks and security breaches, personal awareness along with rules and regulations can minimize these dangers. Hope believes that the benefits outweigh the small amount of risk and will enable us all to improve our quality of life and make everything more manageable and run smoothly.