Investing in "Innovation Infrastructure" to Restore U.S. Growth
To address such stagnation, one policy that has gained traction from some economists and President-elect Trump is infrastructure stimulus.
The 5 coolest military innovations of 2016
It was a good year for imaginative military innovations. From “Star Wars”-style speeders to an inescapable surveillance drone, many of the futuristic advances seem straight out of science fiction or Hollywood blockbusters. Here are some favorites from 2016.
After Decades of Chinese Imports, How to Revive American Manufacturing?
Industrial innovation has slowed down in the United States mainly because of imports from China, according to a recent study. The findings of the study support President-elect Donald Trump’s negative stance on free trade and globalization.
Here are the Most Innovative States in America in 2016
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Innovation is NOT Dead -- It’s Destructive!
This destruction of old value with the adoption of innovation is not hard to see. Electronic media are displacing printed media. Wireless technologies are replacing most wired communications. Travelers are staying in other people’s homes rather than hotel rooms.
What will Trump's innovation policy look like?
Some of Donald Trump's biggest campaign promises included the creation of manufacturing jobs for American workers, making better trade deals and increasing military spending. Policies in these areas will affect a tech industry that reaches into every corner of the U.S. economy.
Trump Pledges to Help US Technology Leaders Spur Innovation
US President-elect Donald Trump in a meeting with technology CEOs in New York promised to provide constant assistance for advancing their pioneer work. "We want you to keep going with the incredible innovation," Trump said in his opening remarks on Wednesday as quoted by Politico.
Ford tops industry for U.S. patents granted in 2016; employees set new record for annual number of inventions
Ford employees are driving innovation throughout the business at record pace, netting approximately 1,500 U.S. patents so far this year - the most of any automaker and a 25 percent increase versus 2015.
Six Decades of Sustained DoD Support Underlies DARPA Innovation
For those who think the Defense Department is too big to innovate, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is a reminder that DoD has nurtured an agency that has sparked revolutions in a range of
Innovation Needs Broadband
A thriving private broadband industry is necessary to spur advanced technologies such as 5G and the Internet of Things. The private expansion of broadband is good not only for innovation but for business and jobs in general.