Calm Down, Folks: Enemies Still Fear US Military Tech Innovation
Panting warnings that the United States is falling dangerously behind our opponents in the race for military innovation are commonplace.
Predicting the 10 Millionth U.S. Patent
Innovation has been the lifeblood of America since the country’s founding fathers established a patent office in 1790. In recent years, the pace of innovation has certainly increased, especially for engineers who design chips and systems.
The Real Reasons Failure Is Important To Innovation
We are told often it’s because we learn the most from our mistakes. If we aren’t failing, we aren’t pushing the boundaries of what is possible.
Artificial intelligence could beckon new innovation wave
Artificial intelligence is an emerging field that provides new benefits and capabilities, according to Ed McLaughlin, MasterCard president of operations and technology, “I don’t think there’s a company, an industry, a country which isn’t interested in advancing artificial intelligence right now,”
Most Americans look to research universities for innovation leadership
The Polsky Innovation Indicator found that 71 percent of Americans believe research universities are a “major force” in driving U.S. innovation, considerably more than the number who said that of large corporations, startup businesses or government.
The Pentagon Is Losing the Innovation Battle. Here's How to Turn It Around
The United States military is losing the innovation battle. This is not hyperbole. Ellen Lord, defense undersecretary for acquisition and sustainment, made this point last December.
China understands link between incentivization and innovation, but U.S. still has advantages
Wild remains bullish on the U.S., however, saying that he thinks too many Americans are unnecessarily pessimistic about the U.S.
Supreme Court upholds legality of patent review process
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday gave its stamp of approval to a government review process prized by high technology companies as an easy and cheap way to combat “patent trolls” and others that bring patent infringement lawsuits.
Stronger patents - better innovation - bigger economy
Congress should be working to grow the economy instead of weakening it.
Increases in Innovation, Patent Boom Leads to Development in China
The Chinese government has been aggressively incentivizing increased patent filings. In many ways, China’s innovation economy is a near photo-negative of the current iteration of the U.S. patent system.