GeoTech CuesAug 22, 2022
Beyond CHIPS: Prioritizing standardization is critical for US competitiveness
By Mary Saunders, Giulia Neaher
The CHIPS and Science Act, signed into law by President Biden on August 9, 2022, sends a strong message in support of a market-led standards system to bolster domestic technology innovation and competitiveness. In addition to nearly $53 billion in funding to encourage domestic manufacture of semiconductor chips, the CHIPS Act includes some $11 billion for […]
ReportOct 14, 2021
Standardizing the future: How can the United States navigate the geopolitics of international technology standards?
By Giulia Neaher, David Bray, Julian Mueller-Kaler, and Benjamin Schatz
Standards for data and technology represent a key part of the world’s digital ecosystem, and as such, they can have significant implications for geopolitics. This report, published in partnership with the American Edge Project, endeavors to study the geopolitical dynamics surrounding technology standards setting to better inform related US policy.
Neaher holds a bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis, where she completed undergraduate research focused on public opinion of surveillance policy in the United Kingdom and studied international affairs, economics, and Spanish.