Technology will shape the future of political, economic, and military power. But for years, America’s technology policymaking has been passive and piecemeal — putting long-term American innovation and technological leadership at risk. The United States needs a national technology strategy.
A new video explainer from CNAS explores recommendations to protect America’s standing as the world’s leading technology power and ensure that future technologies are consistent with democratic values.
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