How 5G wireless will bring innovation to Main Street America
As I’ve written previously, to realize the transformative potential of fifth generation or 5G wireless networks, local governments will need
Can the US military still innovate quickly?
In the era of great power competition, the speed at which competing militaries are capable to innovate and evolve could determine who would win in a war.
What half a century of innovation tells us about the tech industry
It’s easy to forget just how much has changed in 50 years: 1968 saw the development of ARPANET - the foundation technology of the Internet and a project originally funded by the US military. The men and women who built it could hardly have imagined where their efforts would lead.
US Cities Dominate Ranking of Top 100 Most Innovative Cities
2thinknow announced their ranking of the world's 500 most innovative cities, with Tokyo ranking first overall and a majority of the top hundred cities comprised of US cities.
Why Innovation And Regulation Should Work Together
If there is one single matter that worries tech leaders today it is the difficulty in conciliating innovation and regulation. Most companies, from tech giants to startups, are still trying to adjust to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and yet more of the same is coming.
US, Chinese firms talk innovation
Senior business executives, researchers and industry leaders from some of China's major tech giants and US Silicon Valley companies met last weekend in Mountain View, western California, to decode innovation and game-changing technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and big data that pow
DIUx Drops the X, Becomes Permanent
Defense Innovation Unit Experimental, the office charged with bringing Silicon Valley tech to the Pentagon, will now be known as Defense Innovation Unit, the department announced Thursday.
The Biggest Obstacles to Innovation in Large Companies
It can be emblazoned on the door to a new innovation center in Silicon Valley. It can be inserted into people’s job titles.
China Climbs in Global Innovation Ranking
The ranking placed China at No. 17, up five positions from 2017, and marking the first time that the Asian country finished in the GII's top 20. The U.S. was ranked sixth, down two positions from last year, while Switzerland topped the GII ranking for the eighth year in a row.
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