March 3, 2021
Curbing Counterfeit Imports With Better Public-Private Data Sharing and AI Could Add 20,000 U.S. Manufacturing Jobs
March 1, 2021
U.S. Smart City Initiatives Are Falling Short; New Report Calls for More Federal R&D and Coordination to Demonstrate and Deploy Artificial Intelligence Tools
WASHINGTON—The next wave of connected and intelligent technologies—sensors, 5G, and artificial intelligence (AI)—promises to improve the energy efficiency of urban systems.
February 25, 2021
U.S. Antitrust Reform Will Only Be Successful If Congress Acknowledges the Need for More Innovation, Says ITIF
Congress must avoid the pitfalls of a static approach for the regulation of dynamic markets, and should push for regulation that ultimately helps foster, preserve, and increase innovation as an essential source of competition.
February 24, 2021
WASHINGTON—In response to President Biden’s executive order directi
February 22, 2021
ITIF Proposes Section 230 Reform That Holds Internet Platforms Responsible for Their Conduct, Not for Users’ Speech
In a comprehensive review and analysis of the Section 230 issue and the most prominent arguments and proposals that have been put forward, ITIF concludes it is important for reforms to preserve online innovation, encourage content moderation, avoid targeting lawful speech, and maintain a consistent national standard for online intermediary liability.
December 14, 2020
The growing focus on the Green Deal is not at the expense of the digital agenda, says Eline Chivot, senior policy analyst at the Center for Data Innovation, as there are clear synergies between the
December 10, 2020
“Companies and investors are going to lose faith in regulators if policymakers want to reverse course on prior decisions and call a mulligan this late in the game,” said Robert Atkinson, president
December 10, 2020
The looming legal battle will shed light on whether the access restrictions are emblematic of a structural problem within platforms such as Facebook, said Robert Atkinson, president of the Informat
December 8, 2020
Doug Brake, director of broadband and spectrum policy at the nonpartisan public policy think tank Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, sees an opportunity early in the Biden administra
December 7, 2020
Trump deserves a great deal of credit for this improvement, and certainly would have won re-election except for COVID-19. His 2017 corporate tax cut was flawed.