The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation recentlyreleased an analysis of the presidential candidates' positionsregarding technology and innovation to see how they might approachthese issues as president.

“Ensuring that the United States is doing all it can to advanceinnovation will continue to be central in addressing key policychallenges,” ITIF wrote in the paper.

As technology touches more areas of our lives, leaders need toaddress the challenges related to security, economic growth andcontinued innovation.

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