Technology, Economics, And Governance News Roundup | August 26 – September 2
Wed, 09/14/2022 – 06:23
Website blurb: This week’s roundup features coverage of recommendations for US-EU tech cooperation, China’s bid for semiconductor independence, Gorbachev’s legacy in Putin’s Russia, a RocketLab-MIT mission to Venus, and new NYU research on congressional candidates’ tendencies to share misinformation on social media. Additionally, Kochava Inc. is allegedly selling consumers’ sensitive geolocation data, BlocPower seeks to decarbonize buildings across the US, and phishing campaigns are reaching targets via text message.
Industrial Policy & International Security
Lighting the Path: framing a transatlantic technology strategy | Center for New American Security
The Center for New American Security (CNAS) released a new report this week, “Lighting the Path: Framing a Transatlantic Technology Strategy,” recommending steps to align technology policy between the US and Europe and boost global competitiveness. The authors suggest steps the US and European partners can take to manage disagreement on data governance and privacy; foster a collaborative innovation base focused on talent and research and development; enhance coordination on technology controls; and build an advantage in seven critical technology areas. The report covers artificial intelligence, biotechnology, clean energy technology, information and communications technology and services, …read more
Source:: Hoover Institution