FALL 2019 | NUMBER 62
How we can use our success in economic policy to address the advent of technology and innovation in the Sunshine State.
Florida has incubated and currently possesses all the right ingredients to become a global innovation hub. The question is, will we?
Examining large-scale data, machine learning, and Moore’s Law in the context of regulatory policy and Florida’s innovation economy.
Examining the ways in which policy makers can address gaps in broadband deployment in Florida and remain consistent in market principles.
Examining how law and regulatory systems can work in tandem to aid innovation and protect consumers.
Five reasons why applying antitrust law to technology firms would be bad policy.
How can the state that houses NASA turn to free-market principles and make Florida an incubator for future innovation in the heavens?
Innovating education delivery systems and the possibilities ahead, based on a unique idea from one of the Presidential contenders.
With the increased use of facial recognition software by both commercial and government organizations, how can policymakers thread the needle and protect the public and promote free markets?
Technological advances available to everyone have created a landscape where visual information can be easily manipulated. How can or should we develop policy to help protect against nefarious actors?
With the advent and widespread use of genetic testing on a direct-to-consumer level, government can choose to ignore, embrace, or regulate. The policy choices made today will impact markets tomorrow.
Examining the history of, and future needs for, US engagement in global innovation standards.
An in-depth discussion with one of the lead policymakers behind the drive to make Florida the global leader in autonomous vehicle innovation.
Reviewed by Camille Vazquez
Reviewed by Mary Bebout