News Clips

February 11, 2020
"It could be incredibly difficult and painful to untangle some of these deals," ITIF president, Robert Atkinson tells AFP. 
February 10, 2020
“There’s no doubt that competitors such as China are making serious investments and strategies in an effort to wrest AI and quantum computing leadership,” Stephen Ezell tells the Wall Street Journal. 
February 7, 2020
“We need to align the satellite companies’ private interests with the public interest,” Mr. Pai said Thursday in a speech hosted by ITIF, the Wall Street Journal reported.
February 4, 2020
“This is part of the reason there is such a fragmented market in election technology with a few big vendors, but also a long tail of local providers without much expertise,” Daniel Castro told the Wall Street Journal. 
February 1, 2020
"The worst outcome would be a weak federal law with no private right of action, and which pre-empts state law, even though that is what the industry is seeking," Daniel Castro told AFP.
January 28, 2020
In a new report, ITIF laments what it calls an “information gap” in policy discussions and trade negotiations over the extent and impact of restrictions on cross-border data flows, World Trade Online reports.
January 28, 2020
“The new rules exclude Huawei and any other what they call high-risk vendor from the more sensitive parts of the communications network,” Doug Brake tells Marketplace. 
January 20, 2020
“It’s like China woke up and said, ‘We’ve relied too much on the United States,’” ITIF President Rob Atkinson tells the New York Times.
January 16, 2020
ITIF Vice President Daniel Castro told the House Committee on Oversight and Reform that newer facial recognition algorithms perform more accurately than older systems, GovTech reports. 
January 16, 2020
"China has shown itself to be a master of obfuscation when it comes to living up to its agreements," ITIF President Rob Atkinson tells AFP.

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