On March 18, we invite you to explore our Innovation Demo Village and attend fireside chats, special topic talks and panel discussions, all beginning at 9:00am.
Boston Consulting Group
CBRE Group, Inc
General Motors Company
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Marriott International, Inc.
Pitney Bowes Inc.
Rockwell Automation, Inc.
A sustained commitment to making strategic, long-term investments in science and technology over multiple decades put a man on the moon in eight years, created the internet and modern computing industry, and established the United States as the global leader in the development of cutting-edge technologies. This panel will discuss how our country can unite around common goals and a long-term commitment to pursuing innovation with a purpose. How can innovation lead to value for all stakeholders? What should be done to help workers adjust to the rapid pace of change in the economy?
AI systems need to be designed with safety and security from the ground up. How should government and business work together to promote user trust in AI?
The next 50 years of space exploration will look very different than the last 50. Building on the U.S. tradition of leadership in space will mean engaging and innovating in an increasingly competitive, international and commercially driven landscape.
How are presidential candidates approaching innovation in their policy agendas?
Given the increasing intensity and sophistication of cyberattacks, what should be done to protect against new threats, mitigate cyber risks and prevent a major conflict in cyberspace?
The dynamics of international great power competition are increasingly driven by the desire to dominate in innovation. Today, government leaders recognize the strategic advantages of leadership in new technologies, including quantum computing, AI, energy, aviation, health sciences and additive manufacturing. What trends and drivers are shaping the landscape for innovation? How is U.S. performance on innovation relative to other countries? What tools does the U.S. need to compete and win this global race for innovation?
Leadership in innovation is critical to achieve sustainable, long-term economic growth that increases prosperity and leads to a higher standard of living for all Americans. What policies will sustain U.S. leadership in innovation?
The United States needs to pursue innovation inclusively, with benefits shared broadly across diverse groups and communities nationwide. Policies that help level the playing field and equip all workers with innovation-ready skills will keep the U.S. at the forefront of the global economy. Innovation and prosperity go hand in hand. How can government and business work together to reinvigorate American communities across the country? How can cities build economic infrastructure that drives long-term growth? What’s the secret to cultivating and attracting talent?
Business Roundtable CEOs have put forward a cross-cutting policy agenda to secure U.S. leadership in innovation, maintain a robust U.S. economy and increase living standards for all Americans through 2020 and beyond.
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