To compete in an increasingly complex and interconnected world, technology and digital innovation are vital. Tech-based industries like biotech, space, fintech, and artificial intelligence pioneer the solutions that improve lives, solve problems, and advance society. They also provide the digital tools that help traditional businesses grow, stay connected, and compete around the globe.
Technology In Focus at the CEO Summit of the Americas
- Google CEO: How to Grow Economic Opportunity Through Digital SkillsSundar Pichai, CEO of Google, shared how the private sector can grow economic opportunities for entrepreneurs through technology and digital skills.Watch now
- Leveraging Digital Tools for Growth in the AmericasExperts from the Americas convened at the Fourth CEO Summit of the Americas to discuss how digital tools have created new business growth opportunities.Watch now
- Nick Clegg: The Metaverse’s Future Impact on the Global EconomyNick Clegg of Meta explains how the metaverse is the next step in internet evolution, as well as how it’s changing the digital landscape and global economy.Watch now
As the business community continues to innovate and connect people across the country, broadband access, adoption, and affordability must remain key priorities for Congress.
- Three Priorities to Keep America’s Innovative EdgeCongress must pass a bipartisan innovation and competition package to sustain our technological leadership.Learn More
- How Tech Companies are Supporting UkraineAmerican tech companies are leveraging their resources, capabilities, and expertise to assist Ukraine and defend its sovereignty against Russian aggression.Learn More
- It's Time to Get Serious About National Data Privacy LegislationCongress needs to act quickly and appropriately on a national data privacy standard to ensure that American businesses and consumers are not harmed by a patchwork of state laws.Learn More
Congress must take action on a national data privacy standard before a patchwork of state privacy laws erodes small business competition and innovation.
Today, nearly every company, no matter what business they're in, is in some way powered by technology. The U.S. Chamber’s Technology Engagement Center fosters the transformational role that technology plays in business and society. Our work helps businesses in every industry leverage technology to optimize their businesses, serve their customers, and boost growth and productivity. To spur innovation and support emerging industries, we advocate for rational and cohesive policies in the states and in Washington.
Here's how the FTC is working to address several important technology issues, including data privacy, artificial intelligence, and ongoing process changes.
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- InternationalU.S.-Ukraine Partnership ForumThursday, April 1308:30 AM EDT - 04:45 PM EDTLearn More
- Security and Resilience12th Annual Building Resilience Through Private-Public Partnerships ConferenceWednesday, July 26 - Thursday, July 2708:00 AM EDT - 03:00 PM EDTLearn More
- InfrastructureGlobal Aerospace Summit: Innovating the Skies, Connecting the WorldTuesday, September 12 - Wednesday, September 1309:00 AM EDT - 05:00 PM EDTLearn More
The Chamber writes to the TTC Co-Chairs expressing concern about the EU approach in designing a regulatory framework for the use of artificial intelligence.
Report Finds Policymakers Must Enforce Existing Laws and Develop Policies to Steer the Growth of Responsible, Ethical AI
The U.S. Chamber’s AI Commission report highlights the promise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) while calling for a risk-based, regulatory framework.
This Hill letter was sent to the House Energy and Commerce committee's Subcommittee on Innovation, Data & Commerce, on the hearing, “Promoting U.S. Innovation and Individual Liberty Through a National Standard for Data Privacy.”
This Hill Letter was sent to Members of the House Committee on Financial Services on H.R. 1165, the "Data Privacy Act of 2023."
The U.S. Chamber Technology Engagement Center (C_TEC) hosted its inaugural Digital Transformation Summit to convene private and public sector leaders who seek to modernize government technology systems.
This Hill Letter was sent to Members of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Members of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, and Members of the House Committee on the Judiciary, raising multiple concerns about the Federal Trade Commission.
This Hill Letter was sent to Members of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation opposing the nomination of Gigi Sohn to be a Commissioner of the FCC.
U.S. Chamber statement on the Freedom of Information Act requests to six federal agencies on the White House Office of Science and Technology’s "Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights."