Inside Wisconsin

with Tom Still

December 2019


Tech trends for 2020: Balancing apprehension with opportunity

There are many who believe society has “summoned the demon” through technologies that threaten to addict us to screens, make us more vulnerable to cybersnoops, and replace us with machines.

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Brookings Institution report seeks to build on what’s working, versus fixing what’s not

A brand the Wisconsin Technology Council has hawked for years is the “I-Q Corridor,” which imagines the power of a region bounded by Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison, and Minnesota’s Twin Cities.

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Will clock run out on U.S., Canada, Mexico trade deal? Let’s hope not

The total value of exports from Wisconsin has been flat for years, in part for purely market reasons but no doubt also because of constant uncertainties over the rules of trade. It is time to restore some certainty to the process, and Wisconsin’s congressional delegation can help.

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Even in harsh partisan climate, some essential work gets done

The partisan divide between Gov. Tony Evers and Republican leadership in the Wisconsin Legislature has been the stuff of headlines, from the rare rejection of a Cabinet secretary nominee to disputes over gun control and a tug of war over “lame-duck” laws passed before Evers took office.

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Tom Still is president of the Wisconsin Technology Council. He is the former associate editor of the Wisconsin State Journal.



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