A Strategy for American Innovation - Executive Summary
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  • well planned strategy. as a common person I can't be a scientist or innovator. but I want to contribute. s a small scale trader what steps should I follow , to improve & establish as a clean energy business women. I hope your helping hand allow me to do some creative work.
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  • I'm surprised that this is THE plan for how to fix our country and only ~2500 people have read it in 2 weeks. Meanwhile, Justin Bieber's music video on YouTube has been seen 450M times. More folks need to be in on this, which means some sort of social media strategy.
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  • This is a good first start, but the issues facing the small time entrepreneurs that bring forth big ideas is greater than the American Political and Business Think Tanks realize. Presently individual entrepreneurs have been undercut financially by the outsourcing of their own jobs through the Free Market system, and the resulting excessive outsourcing that has turned many of Silicon Valley's Industrial parks into High Tech Ghost Towns. In addition the collapse of their own investments and personal finances by past flawed Federal Reserve actions that failed to realize that the High Tech industry had created a worldwide market for their products with a positive cash flow to the US, instead of just a overheating US Tech market as it was unjustly perceived as. Thus many potential entrepreneurs are instead working 10-12hr days in Engineering or Tech jobs for struggling US companies, or are unemployed with unemployment compensation that is only about 25% of their previous pay. Thus, they no longer have the money, time, or where-with-all to get to the phase of having a developed and patented an idea, and seeking seed money or expansion capital. Presently it is much easier for a entrepreneur to launch a start-up somewhere in the third world where business is booming because American Companies have sent their entire Automated and Robotic Manufacturing Equipment for $3-5/day labor to operate. Thus such a foreign based entrepreneur is more flush with cash and has much cheaper development and labor cost to launch his new product or company with. If this administration wants to accomplish rapid innovation and economic growth, the best way would be to either allow the 50 plus group to temporarily have access to their social security until the economy recovers, or distribute all of the unemployed with Business, Engineering, Science, and Technology degrees among all of the presently vacant commercial properties, infuse with cash, and allow them to organize into self-owned companies, and develop and launch the type of high-tech products that Silicon Valley guru's are so good at doing. The US government could grant itself a 33% share of stock so that it could later recover it's investment costs, with the remainder of the stock shares equally split between employees and future investors. This approach would yield products in a one to three year time frame due to the rapid development cycle that is core to the Silicon Valley business mentality, thus offering real near-term economic prosperity.
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  • I'm going to be brutally honest as always.... The statement is broad and similar to what we said 15 years ago so I want to see more action but I'm encouraged .... There is a number of expectations about technology that are actually myths and aren't being met.... I am excited that the government appears more willing to get involved but I am concerned that the role may be too passive.... This mission has more importance than anything else I can think of so I commend the President's interest in this critical matter....
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  • I'm going to be brutally honest as always.... The statement is broad and similar to what we said 15 years ago so I want to see more action.... There is a number of expectations about technology that are actually myths and aren't being met.... I am excited that the government appears more willing to get involved but I am concerned that the role may be too passive.... This mission has more importance than anything else I can think of so I commend the President's interest....
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