Publications & Press
Below are press mentions of my work and op-eds I’ve written for numerous publications, most addressing the intersection of technology and public policy.
A Pathway Toward
U.S. Smart Cities
The evolution of connected technology and its impact on our society is truly amazing. From smartphones and tablets to thermostats and home appliances connected devices have begun to generate a seemingly endless stream of real-time data and information. This evolution, however, has barely just begun.
New Tech Trade Associations will
have Big Role in
Future Tech Policy
TechNet, a prominent Washington, D.C based tech advocacy group and self-proclaimed “Voice of the Innovation Economy” that counts Apple, Paypal, and Airbnb as members, recently voiced opposition to the Trump administration’s shameful updated executive order on immigration.
Become Sony 2.0?
Steve Jobs once said that “innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” For the past few decades, one of Apple’s greatest competitors – Samsung – has embodied this truism by creating highly sought-after technology products and becoming one of the most successful companies in the world.
When Large Tech Companies Abuse the System, it Threatens Current and Future Innovation
It’s hard to believe that 10 years have passed since Apple unveiled the first iPhone. Though tough to fathom today, at one time the tech giant had just a handful of employees, used federal grants to fuel the company’s R&D and received capital from a government backed investment fund.
Faces of 5G Focuses
on Innovators Driving the Next Generation
of Wireless Connectivity
Faces of 5G showcases American entrepreneurs innovating with wireless technologies and how they are pioneering new businesses, transforming their communities, and empowering women, children, and minorities.
Faces of the 5G World: Dreamers and Innovators for the Common Good
We are at the dawn of the fifth generation of wireless technology, and the horizon is seemingly limitless. 5G technological advances will usher in what Professor Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, sees as the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
South Korea's Instability Could Benefit Japan
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY
Japan has long been a country where culture and discipline heavily influence ideas and innovation. Home to some of the world's most recognizable brands — Toshiba, Sharp, Sony, Hitachi and Panasonic — Japan's technological prowess rose to global prominence by the manufacturing sector's ability to roll out products (televisions, telephones, video game consoles and everything "electronic" in between) that consumers worldwide had to have.