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November 18, 2019
WASHINGTON—The United States is in the midst of an opioid epidemic that has cost nearly 400,000 lives since 1999 and shows little signs of slowing down.
November 18, 2019
WASHINGTON—In the global race for leadership in the most advanced technology industries of the future, many countries are resorting to “innovation mercantilism” to create unfair
November 14, 2019
WASHINGTON—In response to the introduction today of the Facial Recognition Technology Warrant Act by U.S.
November 12, 2019
WASHINGTON—Contrary to common belief, enterprise automation is not a cause for alarm, but a societal imperative.
November 4, 2019
WASHINGTON—To encourage greater technology-driven innovation in financial services, a


News Clips

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.
January 10, 2020
Bloomberg put the problem of geographic inequality front and center in his first major economic speech—and seemed to be reading directly from the recent Brookings Institution / ITIF report “The Case for Growth Centers.”
January 9, 2020
“The simple fact that the companies are big is not a problem in and of itself,” ITIF President Rob Atkinson tells Politico.
January 7, 2020
China’s trade practices and strong support for its own businesses are slowing down global innovation and causing harm to technological progress, with North American and European countries being the most affected. Those are the conclusions of a report published this week by ITIF.