Jason Hope – Engadget Recap

The Internet and Things According to Jason Hope

If anyone has anything to do with the IT field these days, one of the most common terms that they are going to hear are the phrases the “internet of things“. Even though the technology has been around since the late 1970’s, it is only in recent times it’s becoming a reality. And Jason Hope is optimistic that it will decide the fortunes and success of companies. This is because he believes that the internet of things is going to be one of the biggest changes in the way people live.

What is the internet of things and why is it such a big deal? The simple answer is that almost all devices that people use in their day to day lives, from phones and fridges to coffee makers and washing machines are all going to be connected to the internet. This means consumers will be able to control all these things and more, through an app on their smartphones. So it is easy to see why Mr. Hope’s prediction will come true. This is huge for so many companies that produce electronic consumer goods of any kind. Already there is competition among app developers to come up with apps that can control all these devices, remotely, with a press of a button. However, Mr. Hope is careful to point out that it is not only about making life easier but more efficient also.

Jason Hope is a native of Arizona and is based in Scottsdale, Arizona. As a philanthropist, business owner and futurist he has made a lot of contributions to different fields. After graduating from Arizona State University, he went on to start a successful software company.

As far as philanthropy is concerned one of his biggest contributions is his support for SENS Foundation at Cambridge University. SENS is involved in the world of medicine and their primary research revolves around discovering ways to improve peoples health for the longterm. In other words, it is about preventing diseases as opposed to finding cures for various illnesses. Through this type of work, SENS is trying to give a whole new meaning to living long and healthy.

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Anthony Petrello’s Dedication to Develop a Research Center for Children with Neurological Disorders

Anthony G Petrello is an attorney, mathematician, renowned philanthropist, and the highest paid CEO in the U.S. with a total compensation of $27,512,939 as of 2015. Mr. Petrello is also the current President and CEO of Nabors Industries, one of the leading companies in oil, gas, and geothermal drilling in Africa, Middle East, America, and the Far East. He studied a Bachelors and Masters degree in mathematics at Yale University and later attained his J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Career BackGround

Anthony Petrello joined Nabors Industries in 1991 as the President and COO until October 2011. He also joined the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Board in 1991 and became the Deputy Chairman of Nabors in 2003. Mr. Petrello is the current President and CEO of the company since October 2011 in addition to being the Chairman of the Board and the Chairman of the Executive Committee board from 2012. Anthony Petrello holds vast experience in international arbitration, corporate law, and taxation following his work at Baker & Mckenzie from 1979 to 1991.

Anthony and Her Daughters Condition

Anthony together with his wife Cynthia Petrello has taken part in finding help for their daughter Carena who was diagnosed with periventricular leukomalacia during birth at 24 weeks. Carena’s condition comes from low flow of blood to the brain leading to the development of cerebral palsy and other developmental conditions. Tony and Cynthia have been to numerous pediatric research institutions looking for a solution for their daughter’s condition. They finally found hope at Texas Children’s Hospital where Carena has been learning to walk and talk.

Conclusion

Anthony and Cynthia Petrello have led fundraising of up to $5 million to the research institution with the aim of reaching their $7 million target. The research institution will use the funding to research and develop clinical programs related to children with neurological disorders.