Congress is exhibiting schizophrenic legislative impulses toward innovation.
Two recent examples exist of major space projects that were announced with great fanfare, but which imploded into ruin.
All of this attention points to growing interest in drones as a tool for business.
Those of us involved in the “Crypto Wars” in the mid-90s are suffering from a bad case of digital deja vu.
I have seen few federal proposals receive so little scrutiny when so much is needed.
Enhancing cybersecurity and combating cybercrime require engagement and cooperation by a variety of participants.
Our infrastructure problem is vastly more expensive and complex than sending humans to Mars.
Auto manufacturing process and design failures remain inherently part of the problem.
An increasing number of policymakers are turning away from sound science and embracing so-called “right to know” laws.
We can make a concerted effort to develop technology that improves the lives of people that use it for their work.