What role should government play in setting a 'vision' for AI innovation?
With the creation of a White House Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence in May, the Trump administration unveiled its philosophical approach to AI innovation: The United States sho
Not All Innovation Looks The Same
It’s when we give ourselves, and the people around us, the knowledge of how they innovate naturally and permission to flex their innovation muscles their way that you’ll get that sought-after culture of innovation that creates measurable results.
Why you should stop mistaking innovation for futurism
Some of the world's most celebrated businesspeople - think Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos - are being positioned in the media as prophets. And they may well be. They anticipate the future, they create for that future. In doing so, they end up deciding our destinies as well.
Here's how the military fosters innovation
How can a seemingly rigid, rank oriented and historically bound institution like the U.S.
The Factors Behind China's Growing Strength in Innovation
Western media has been quite critical of the Chinese miracle. The usual argument is that China has significant technology gaps, and that it has a long way to go before it can catch up with the West. But DJI is testament to China’s transformation from copycat to high tech innovation.
How much do patents matter to innovation?
Patents--rights that governments grant to inventors for new inventions--pervade the modern world. The US alone grants about 300,000 of them annually, mostly for components of, or methods relating to, larger end products.
13th Annual AJC Project Interchange Delegation of U.S. University Presidents Exploring Bilateral Collaboration in Israel
With the goals of fostering technological innovation and boosting bilateral academic research and exchange opportunities, the presidents of U.S. universities and colleges are visiting Israel this week with AJC (American Jewish Committee) Project Interchange.
Newt Gingrich: GOP Innovation Agenda will bring incredible benefits to America
The Trump administration’s massive deregulation effort and the enactment of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed by the Republican-controlled Congress have done wonders for the U.S. economy. There are now more open jobs than there are unemployed people in America.
With some adjustments, America's patent system can reclaim its gold standard status
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) recognized a milestone of human ingenuity this week that perhaps even the Founding Fathers’ never anticipated: granting the 10 millionth patent.
The DOJ Must Exalt Intellectual Property Rights
Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim’s recent policy statements and enforcement actions have re-asserted the historical value of intellectual property rights.