WASHINGTON—Following President Biden’s Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy, the Information
July 9, 2021
Biden’s Executive Order Based on False Premise; Monopoly in the United States Is NOT Increasing, Says ITIF
July 1, 2021
US Lacks Essential Data to Develop and Implement a National Strategy for Advanced Technologies; Congress Should Properly Fund and Modernize Federal Statistical Agencies
WASHINGTON—Years of budget constraints have left federal statistical agencies with insufficient resources to measure key elements of the U.S. economy.
June 24, 2021
Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Should Be Provider-Neutral on Broadband, Not Favor City-Run Services, Says ITIF
WASHINGTON—Following the announcement that the Biden administration and a bipartisan coalition of senators have reached an agreement on a framework for infrastructure legislation, prop
June 23, 2021
House Antitrust Bills Will Deter Innovation and Alter the Legal Framework That Made the United States a Global Technology Leader
WASHINGTON—Ahead of the House Judiciary Committee marking up five new antitrust bills that would force large technology companies to modify their business models and curtail acquisitions, the Infor
June 21, 2021
New Report Calls for an Integrated National Strategy to Bolster US Clean Manufacturing and Avert Climate Change
WASHINGTON—Manufacturing may soon become the sector with the largest greenhouse gas emissions in the United States, yet national plans to achieve net-zero emissions have so far not focused on retoo
September 7, 2021
“We’re relatively deep into the administration compared to past presidents,” said Doug Brake, director of broadband and spectrum policy at public policy think tank Information Technology and
September 4, 2021
“This isn't something you can turn on overnight — you’ve got a 12- to 15-year lag, so the longer we wait to start implementing this, it's going to be even longer before we can start getting r
September 3, 2021
“It expands access to opportunity,” she said of its applications.
September 3, 2021
USPS also has several other IT initiatives underway to combat those concerns. For instance, they are looking into using autonomous vehicles for mail delivery and monetising their geolocation data.
September 2, 2021
Even critics acknowledge EU has managed to win over many AI researchers.