Chronicle of Week recently published Haley Thompson’s article “Jason Hope’s 2018 Predictions for Changes in the Internet of Things”. The article discusses the entrepreneur and futurist who is based in Arizona and his predictions for how technology will develop in 2018.
Jason Hope is a philanthropist, investor, and entrepreneur with a passion for technology and giving back to his community. He has his own website to help tech startups get funding. He also recently published an e-book on Amazon that helps people understand the internet of things. He also provides insider insight into entrepreneurship to help startup hopefuls innovate. He graduated from W.P. Carey School of Business with an MBA.
Hope believes that Blockchain technology will help enhance security. Blockchain is a digital edge that keeps the details and records the transactions or exchanges. It is a large part of the current cryptocurrency trend because many people who have accounts want to do so with anonymity. They make the transactions between devices and need high security and better documentation. The data has become less vulnerable to exploitation because the communications are taking place between robots and humans.
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Hope also believes that marketers will become more skilled in analyzing metadata. They will create solutions from the detailed data people give off in their connected devices, rather than depending on surveys to collect information about people. They will also be able to collect data on people through voice-activated systems. The information will help marketers personalize information for existing companies.
Jason Hope was also discussed in the Chronicle of Week article “How the Internet of Things is Changing Our World”. The article was also written by Haley Thompson and reveals what the internet of things is. The internet of things refers to the increasing degree of interconnectivity between the people and the world. It specifically speaks about the variety of devices that connect people to the internet. This includes mobile devices, tablets, smart vehicles and homes, many home appliances and other popular items.
Jason Hope believes that by 2020 there will be more than 30 million objects within the structure of the Internet of Things.