The Innovation Economy: Navigating the Information Revolution

Revolution Chairman and CEO Steve Case discussed the far-reaching implications of the big data "information revolution" for innovation, economic growth, privacy and security in our increasingly connected world. Learn more

Information Revolution: A Policy Forum on the Use of Big Data in Homeland Security

Bipartisan Policy Center and featured speaker Alan Bersin of the Department of Homeland Security explored the potential for big data innovation to improve homeland security and strategies to safeguard privacy and security at a forum. Learn more

Harnessing the Power of Open Data to Fuel American Innovation

New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman interviewed former United States Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra on harnessing the power of open data to fuel American innovation. Learn more

Information Revolution: Transforming Health Care Through Big Data

Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR), Eric Dishman, Intel Fellow, General Manager, Health Strategy and Solutions, Intel Corporation and others joined the discussion surrounding the growing utility of big data in the health care industry. Learn more

Navigating the Information Revolution: The Promise and Perils of Big Data

The Aspen Institute’s Charles Firestone moderated a discussion forum featuring Kenneth Cukier, Data Editor of The Economist and Co-author of Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work and Think. Learn more

Innovation Blueprints: Key Investments for Long Term American Success

David Leonhardt, Washington Bureau Chief for The New York Times, moderates a discussion with Dean Garfield, President of the Information Technology Industry Council, and Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress. Learn more

The New Global Middle Class: How Will Rising Global Consumption Transform Innovation, Trade, and Markets?

PBS NewsHour’s Hari Sreenivasan moderates a discussion with George Mason Professor Jack Goldstone and The Economist China Business Editor Vijay Vaitheeswaran.


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How Innovation Happens: Investment, Creativity, and the Future of the American Economy

Author Jon Gertner and President of the Aspen Institute Walter Isaacson, discussed the disappearance of “idea factories” and what that means for job creation and American innovation, during the 2012 Aspen Institute Roundtable Series.


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Innovation and the Global Marketplace

Hillary Clinton, U.S. Secretary of State, and Jim Lehrer, Executive Editor, PBS NewsHour, discuss American innovation, trade and how we can create the next 10 million jobs.


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Education for Innovation: A Digital Town Hall

Gwen Ifill, Senior Correspondent at the PBS NewsHour, moderates a discussion with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on STEM education and U.S. competitiveness at Education for Innovation: A Digital Town Hall.


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The Innovation Economy Conference Highlights

Paul Otellini, CEO of Intel Corporation delivers opening remarks at the Innovation Economy Conference in Washington, D.C.


Conference Video

The Innovation Economy Blog

Harnessing the Power of Open Data
Oct 22, 2013: Open Data and how to fuel US innovation

How Big Data Can Revolutionize Health Care
Jun 28, 2013: Politico opinion piece on how big data can change health care

Roadmaps for Global Competitiveness


BPC: Use of Big Data

BPC: Big Data & Health Care

Events

The Innovation Economy: Navigating the Information Revolution
On December 3, Revolution Chairman and CEO Steve Case and Aspen Institute President and CEO Walter Isaacson, among others, discussed the far-reaching implications of the big data "information revolution" for innovation, economic growth, privacy and security in our increasingly connected world. Learn more