Anti-aging is one of the most talked-about topics globally, but it’s also one that has yet to find its way into mainstream medicine. That could change soon thanks to Jason Hope, who is working on a new project called “The Human Longevity Project”. This project will use big data and genomics to create anti-aging drugs. We’ll take an in-depth look at Jason Hope´s business reviews and what this means for us and how he thinks technology like AR/VR will affect our lives. The Human Longevity Project will create anti-aging drugs using big data and genomics.
This project can potentially change medicine as we know it because no one has successfully used these two factors together before. Jason Hope explains that the goal of this project is to help everyone on Earth who wishes for an increased lifespan. Big data analysis is not new though, pharma companies like GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) have been hoovering up people’s health records for years to find cures or treatments for certain conditions that they suffer from. However, Jason Hope plans on taking things one step further by looking at their genetic code too!
Genomics is a relatively new science where investigators learn how traits are passed down between generations through DNA. It’s hard to believe that science like this is even possible, but thanks to advances in genomic technology, it has become a reality. Jason Hope believes that genomics and big data should be used together because they can yield insights that were previously unattainable without the use of both technologies.
Activist investor Jason Hope thinks that virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) will change our lives as much as smartphones have done over the last decade. In an interview with SuperNerdLand, he explained why he thinks this could happen: “In 5-10 years from now, everyone will have some type of AR device…Everyone will take them for granted as everyone now takes cell phones for granted.” Virtual Reality already exists, but is our job to make it happen in our daily lives.