Critical Technologies for a Post COVID-19 World
Building short- and long-term recovery strategies
In a Medium post, the Block Center for Technology and Society identifies existing weaknesses in technology and innovation policy, and lays out areas that should be prioritized for greater investment in the immediate future. These include:
- Workforce Restructuring and Training
- Supply Chain Resiliency and Critical Technologies
Read the full post on Medium.
You can also read about these recommendations in detail in the Block Center's new white paper “Critical Technologies for a Post COVID-19 World”
Explore more from the Block Center:
- Learn about our work related to Data-Driven Response and Recovery Strategies for COVID-19.
- Watch our Congressional Roundtable, “Critical Considerations for Restarting a More Resilient and Robust US Economy Post COVID-19,” featuring Representative Susie Lee (Congresswoman, Nevada’s 3rd District), Erik Brynjolfsson (Director, Stanford Digital Economy Lab), Erica Fuchs (Professor of Engineering and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University), Ramayya Krishnan (Dean, Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy), and Tom Mitchell (Founders University Professor of Machine Learning, Carnegie Mellon University), moderated by David Wessel (Director, Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Brookings Institution).