Virtual and Augmented: Our New Reality
As immersive systems become integrated in our lives, do policies on privacy and security need to be reexamined? Innovators and policymakers talk about virtual and augmented reality, the data that drives it and key questions that have to be answered.
New Content, New Creators: What’s Government’s Role?
Technology allows various creators to build businesses and distribute content to new consumers. How can we update policies, including immigration and copyright laws, to make sure that the best and brightest can continue to work, create, and innovate?
2017 Preview: FCC Commissioner Roundtable
The FCC Commissioner discusses critical regulatory and policy issues, including: spectrum allocation, privacy, accessibility, the Internet of Things, regulatory reform, disruptive innovation, and technological convergence, among other hot topics.
2017 Preview: FTC Commissioner Roundtable
The FTC Commissioner discusses critical regulatory and policy issues, including: spectrum allocation, privacy, accessibility, the Internet of Things, regulatory reform, disruptive innovation, and technological convergence, among other hot topics.
Internet of Things: Benefits, Challenges and Opportunities
Smart phones, smart homes, smart cities. Our connected world is flourishing, and with growth comes a myriad of benefits, challenges and opportunities. Experts provide their perspectives on what the IoT means for consumers, industry and government.
Trolls and Tech: How to Fix Patents
Patent trolls continue to drain $1.5 billion a week from entrepreneurs, small businesses, and the rest of the American economy. Legislators and innovators will discuss how we can break through the gridlock and pass legislation to end patent extortion
New President, New Congress: What's Next?
January 2017 marks the inauguration of a new president and the beginning of a new Congress. What tech issues should the new president and Congress tackle first? Congressional panelists offer advice for the incoming administration and Congress.
New Technologies Revolutionizing Mobility and Tourism
CES 2017 Innovation Policy Summit\nThe sharing economy transformed how people experience cities. Self-driving vehicles are next in this revolution. What challenges face policymakers to keep up with technology?
Sustainability Issues for a New Administration/Congress
Will the sharing economy lead to sustainable consumption in an economy powered by consumer technology? Can innovation lead the global economy toward growth while reducing humanity’s environmental footprint?