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Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
Belfer Professor of Technology and Global Affairs

Abstract

Beyond tougher oversight hearings, somber observers expect so little from our newly divided Congress that we all ought to be on the lookout for nonpartisan opportunities. There is one important area where members could defy partisan gridlock to help Washington better meet a critical challenge of 21st century governance: assessing the public impact of today’s disruptive technologies.

Citation

Carter, Ashton B. "How A Divided Congress Could Unite Around Tech." Politico. December 6, 2018.