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What happened to all the chips? From the microchips that power the Sony’s PS5 to the smart chips that control autonomous vehicles, in this week’s episode Will and Caden dig into the science and economics behind the chip shortage that’s stalling out the production of entire industries. Resources Infineon, Chip Manufacturing – How are Microchips […]
In this week’s Exformation episode, Will and Caden discuss the Broadband funding provisions detailed in the historic $1 Trillion infrastructure bill that passed the Senate this August. While previous proposals targeted at broadband access and infrastructure were overfunded, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act sent to the House is a better representation of what it […]
In this week’s episode of Exformation, Will and Caden discuss President Biden’s recent executive order on competition and the research on killer acquisitions that have informed the Administration’s approach to tech companies. While policymakers at all levels of government should be concerned about impediments to innovation, a drastic overhaul of antitrust laws isn’t currently needed. […]
In this week’s episode of Exformation, Will and Caden talk about the latest CGO work on Internet regulation focused on recent proposals to implement common carriage regulation over online speech. As they stand today, social media platforms are innovations in communications technology that have connected us beyond imagination. But outside of Silicon Valley are calls […]
Elysse Dick from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation joins Will and Caden this week to discuss the policy implications of virtual reality technologies. Show Notes Link to Ellysse’s Bio: [link] Ellysse’s pieces: Current and Potential Uses of AR/VR for Equity and Inclusion [link] Principles and Policies to Unlock the Potential of AR/VR for Equity […]
Are you free to say what you want online? To what extent? Do places like Facebook and Twitter need moderation? Why? Who should be doing it? The users? A third-party? Will and Caden tackle the tough questions in this episode of Exformation.