Looking forward to the Technology Policy Institute’s 10th Anniversary Aspen Forum this August? We are, too. With important tech- and Internet-related issues on the horizon, this year’s Forum is shaping up to be one of the best.
The theme for 2019 is The Internet at a Crossroads. This broad topic and related policy issues require the sort of thoughtful and spirited discussions only TPI’s Aspen Forum and its attendees can provide.
We understand it is always difficult to wait until August for program details. Lucky for you, we have a sneak peek at this year’s Aspen Forum panel and working group topics. Please stay tuned for additional announcements of keynote speakers, panelists, fireside chats and other important details.
When Will Tech Make Us More Productive?
What is the Appropriate Response to Techlash?
How is Washington Affecting the Entrepreneurship Ecosystem?
The Fractured Internet: Is It Too Late for Humpty Dumpty?
How Many Gs Do We Need? (And Do We Need to be First?)
Black Mirror: What’s Right with AI and What Could Go Wrong?
The Future of Entertainment
Transition Team Working Groups (policy roadmaps for a 2nd or 1st term administration):
FTC-DOJ: Competition and Privacy
FCC-NTIA: Connectivity and Telecom
Blockchain: I’m From Washington and I’m Here to…Help?
For 10 years, the not-so-secret ingredient of the TPI Aspen Forum’s success has been our unique blend of academic, corporate and government policy experts who not only think and speak about, but act on technology- and Internet-related topics. Attendees know technology policy agendas incubate and hatch at the TPI Forum.
We are proud to sponsor the event where it all happens! Please join us to celebrate the TPI Forum’s first decade, and join academic, corporate and government policy experts to look ahead to the next ten years.
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The Technology Policy Institute
The Technology Policy Institute is a think tank that focuses on the economics of innovation, technological change. Our mission is to advance knowledge and inform policymakers by producing independent, rigorous research and by sponsoring educational programs and conferences on major issues affecting information technology and communications policy. More information is available at http://www.techpolicyinstitute.org/.