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The U.S. is in a global competition for innovation-based industries and jobs, and a strong pool of high-skilled STEM workers is central to our future economic success, says Robert Atkinson.
Roll Call
Rob Atkinson argues utilizing a German-style apprenticeship model in the U.S. is possible but does have its challenges.
Huffington Post
Policy should focus on addressing on the absolute harm that comes from the use of data as opposed to regulating the collection of data itself, says Robert Atkinson.
South China Morning Post
ITA talks end on a positive note with ministers pledging to find a way forward to end deadlock over tariffs.
Scripps Howard
ITIF hosted a panel discussion and technology demonstration designed to enhance voting accessibility for the disabled.

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The "maker movement" could greatly improve understanding of and interest in manufacturing as a profession.
CSO Magazine
Daniel Castro discusses the recent news that Netfilx makes content choices based in part on what’s popular on pirate sites.
The Morning Sun
Unless Americans work together for what is best for all our citizens, the economy will continue to falter, and other nations will take advantage of our disarray.
E&E News
A manufacturing "ecosystem" with significant participation from small and medium-sized enterprises must be a key component of the innovation economy.
Federal Computer Week
Daniel Castro argues recent moves by Chinese officials to examine U.S. tech firms were more in response to revelations about NSA spying than about laws governing U.S. acquisitions.