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How to Further the Mobile Technology Revolution
June 12, 2012
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM EDT
Mobile technology has transformed nearly every aspect of modern life, most notably in the areas of health care delivery, education, global economics, e-commerce, entertainment and personal communications. To further these revolutionary changes, how can the nation create a climate for investment that allows mobile innovation to thrive? What are the policy issues that need to be addressed to foster continued advancement in the area of mobile technology?
On June 12, the Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings will host a forum focused on the future of mobile technology and how the public and private sectors can boost mobile technology’s growth and success in the U.S. and global marketplaces. Moderated by Director Darrell West, Randall Stephenson, chairman and CEO of AT&T, and Glenn Hutchins, co-founder of Silver Lake and vice chairman of the Brookings Board of Trustees, will offer their perspectives on what is required to continue mobile technology’s revolutionary impact.
Introduction and Moderator
Darrell M. West
Vice President and Director
Chairman and CEO
Co-founder, Silver Lake
Vice Chairman, The Brookings Institution
- Building a Long-Term National Strategy on Growth through Innovation
- Riding the Mobile Wave: The Future of Mobile Computing
- Telehealth and Mobile Communications
- Mobile Entrepreneurship around the World
- Bridging the Digital Divide: Spectrum Policy, Program Diversity and Consumer Rights
- Hacktivism, Vigilantism and Collective Action in a Digital Age
- Broadband and Energy Efficiency
- Why Is the U.S. Missing Out on the M-Commerce Revolution?
- Fostering Internet Competition
- Public Diplomacy 2.0
- Explaining International Mobile Payments Leadership
- Broadband Technology Opportunities Program
- A National Broadband Strategy Call to Action
- The Race to Innovate
- How IT is Driving the Self-Service Economy