The Bipartisan Innovation Act (BIA), now in Congressional conference, will be the final legislative product of the Senate’s U.S. Innovation and Competition Act and the House’s 2022 America COMPETES Act.
Federal agencies routinely use a mix of custom and commercial off-the-shelf, or COTS, products for their enterprise and customer-facing IT solutions.
Please join ITIF for an expert discussion about how to integrate the Schumpeterian perspective into competition policy as an alternative to the Neo-Brandeisian movement agenda.
The federal government is in the process of allocating an unprecedented amount of money to close the digital divide. Many of these funds will be sent to states who will distribute them to broadband projects.
Today’s modern global economy is increasingly knowledge-, innovation-, and information technology-based. But across North America, which states and provinces are faring best in that competition?
It’s been nearly a decade since the FTC updated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule, which implements the law that governs the collection of personal information from children under 13.
5G wireless technology is being rolled out in the United States and around the world. By mid-decade there will be an estimated 3 billion 5G connected users, globally.
Join the Center for Data Innovation for a discussion on the Online Safety Bill, its implications for encryption and anonymity, and how policymakers can balance online safety with competing goals.
As the metaverse continues to grow and mature, social extended reality (XR) may eventually become the new standard for online interaction. Therefore, it is essential that user safety be a top priority.
The Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) is currently under discussion by the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers. The AIA aspires to be the world’s first legislative framework to comprehensively regulate AI and AI-powered systems.
Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are creating opportunities to improve K-12 education.
In a moment of turmoil in global energy markets and an era of relentless climate disruption, clean energy innovation must remain a national priority for the United States.
Active carbon management technologies—like carbon capture and storage, and direct air capture—eliminate emissions from power and industrial plants and draw down atmospheric carbon emissions.
Please join ITIF for the latest in a series of discussions on “dynamic antitrust.” In this installment, Julie Carlson will sit down with former chief economists from the DOJ and FTC to discuss their views on the planned revisions to the guidelines.