Administration’s Approach to Innovation and Tech Policy
Join CTA’s Government Affairs SVP Michael Petricone for a Q&A with White House Deputy CTO Michael Kratsios as we discuss the Administration’s approach on innovation and technology policy in 2018.
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2018 Preview: FCC Commissioner Roundtable
FCC Commissioners will discuss critical regulatory and policy issues, including: infrastructure, spectrum allocation, 5G, privacy, accessibility, the Internet of Things, regulatory reform, disruptive innovation, and technological convergence.
Taking Stock: A New Year for Drone Innovation
It was a hectic past year for drones and public policy. With so many competing stakeholders with divergent viewpoints, is consensus on drones really possible? Come hear several perspectives on what is working and what needs to change in 2018.
Incorporating Drones and Self-Driving Vehicles into Communities
As new technologies promise increased safety, efficiency, and mobility, communities across the country consider how to treat drones and self-driving cars. Consistent policies governing their use are necessary if we are to fully realize the benefits.
How States can be Innovation Leaders
Governors will discuss deploying best practices on state job creation, economic growth and entrepreneurship.
Sharing Economy: Tech to the Rescue
The sharing-economy has revolutionized life for people of all backgrounds. From providing transportation in underserved communities to sharing homes during hurricanes, companies are enhancing services for a diverse set of users and circumstances.
Preparing America for Jobs of the Future
Discover how we must educate our existing and future workforce to succeed in the ever-changing global and digital economy.