Where technology and regulation meet. In this MerITocracy Moments episode, SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce shares how regulators can tap into technology to get information to the public faster and better, helping investors make good decisions and building trust.
The intersection of technology infrastructure and global competitiveness. In this MerITocracy Moments episode, John Roese, global chief technology officer for Dell Technologies, discusses why maintaining a global economic and political advantage depends on a U.S.-based telecommunications infrastructure to support the cloud, data, AI, and quantum computing.
The Great Tech Rivalry: China vs. the U.S. – In this MerITocracy Moments episode, Gary Shapiro, Consumer Technology Association president and CEO, discusses policy differences between the U.S. and China and how the race to be the global leader in innovation will not only determine the world’s economic superpower, but also the dominant political system.
America’s greatest strength – diversity. In this MerITocracy Moments episode, Janice Underwood, OPM’s director of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, outlines how her office is helping agencies capitalize on the diversity superpower and how access to technology for all will foster greater equity in our society.
A global superpower of ideas. In this MerITocracy Moments episode, NSF Director Sethuraman Panchanathan shares how tapping into the diversity of ideas across our nation and the world can unleash innovation to help humanity, society, and our economy.