A Strategy for American Innovation - Introduction
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  • http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smart-america
    Smart America Program is much enriching the Strategy for American Innovation:
    “to harness the ingenuity of the American people to ensure economic growth that is rapid, broad-based, and sustained”;
    to make USA a world-class nation for field testing to stimulate science and technology, research and innovation, sustainable growth and smart jobs.
    Offered to the Head of State (Barack Obama, President of USA) on 02.12.2013.
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  • I am, a last seeing some good thinking. These suggestions are just the tip of the iceberg as to what is held in the private sector. We need to route these ideas into a search with a five year prison penalty for any public official that discloses the information. Make the fees payable in the back end with a lean against the patent. Joe citizen cannot afford the $8,000. patent fees and $1,100. maintenance fee every few years. We must help these ideas get to market and for once the government needs to help protect these valuable resources. They will pull us out of this financial
    banking mess and give us something to invest in. This company needs something to sell for the balance of trade.
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  • My innovative idea merely suggests asking every applicable American for a donation of $20 or more, depending on their financial status, to alleviate the U.S. deficit. In asking every American for a donation of at least $20 or more this would help our economy tremendously. Hypothetically, if 100 Million Americans gave $20, that would be a total of $20,000,000,000 (20 Billion Dollars). Note that there is currently a population of over 311 Million Americans. So out of that 311 Million, 1/2 would probably be in a position to give, also noting that 20% of that number could give a more substantial amount, and I do believe that if this plan was implemented, we would receive well over the deficit amount and be able to bring our country back on its feet.
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  • I made a suggestion about some of the problems we are having with innovation in this country. It started: 'If innovation is not dead in the United States, it is seriously wounded.'
    Then I gave two examples where my concepts had not been adopted because they were so advanced that I could not find anyone, with the means to develop them that could understand them. Without thinking it through, I assumed my illustrations would speak for themselves. Just in case they didn't, I'll make a concrete suggestion.
    Government can perform a positive role in encouraging innovation by acting as a clearing house for new ideas.
    If a place had existed in 1967 where my computer controlled communication concept could have been examined by appropriate experts, we may have had the internet seven years earlier.
    Even after more than seven years, I'm still waiting for the automotive engineers to catch up with just a few of my concepts. I haven't set still for all these years. My chances of finding someone in the industry who can understand advanced concepts are slim to none.
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  • Pamela F Nye - Retired nurse/ inventor
    I have been trying to advance my patent #7421367, issues by the USPTO in September of 2008. I have invented a 'handled computing device for multitasking in health-care applications' to reduce the medical errors and cost of health-care. It took me over 40,000 hours, and I invented it independently. It cost me over $200,000. WIPO thought it was a good invention. But because I cannot afford a prototype, and it is a first of its kind, it languishes without any company wanting to take this invention and progressing it further. I am at a loss at what constitutes American business research and develop- and innovation. Many patents that businesses use, come from independent inventors. The risk-taking of the fifties and sixties has evaporated in this country. Now something that could really solve some of the health-care financial problems are being ignored. Please explain why I wasted my time, ruined my health, and now live in poverty waiting for a company to show an interest in something that could help. Remember some of the greatest inventions have come from insiders, people who have the ability to see the problems, analyze them and invent a solution. Thank you for making this site possible.
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