R Street’s Technology and Innovation policy program conducts research and advocacy around the public policy frameworks that govern both established and emerging technologies. Our goal is to push back against laws and regulations that impede economic progress or individual liberty, and to advance policy solutions that allow technology to move at the speed of innovation.
The Hudson Institute’s Quantum Alliance Initiative, jointly with the Federalist Society, sponsored a recent conference on IPR and quantum technology. The expert panelists included…
From Security Week:
Paul Rosenzweig, a former Department of Homeland Security official who now has a consulting firm, had also voiced caution.
“Nobody knows for sure, but there is a suspicion…
Anne Hobson cited in Big Think:
The short of it is this: Mark Zuckerberg believes heavily in artificial intelligence, putting his faith and money behind the thought that the technology will save…
TO: Ms. Marlene H. Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission
RE: Accelerating Wireless Broadband Deployment Barriers to Infrastructure Investment
Declaratory Ruling Third Report and…
From Washington Internet Daily:
Parties differed on whether the FCC should distinguish between fixed and mobile services in its latest Telecom Act Section 706 inquiry into the state of advanced…
Thank you for supporting Internet Freedom and the FCC’s effort to roll back the harmful, growth-quashing government regulations imposed by the 2015 “Open Internet”…
From The Hudson Institute:
Within the next two decades, the quantum computing revolution will transform the world’s economies. Using the power of quantum physics,…
From SCOTUS Blog:
Aug 16 2018
Brief amicus curiae of R Street Institute filed.
R Street cited in Fast Company:
The world is still figuring out what to do about the risks that come with deepfakes.