Hi everyone. Frank Radice (@fradice) back today with more CES 2011 coverage. Sorry my reports have been spotty, but AT&T’s network has been absolutely terrible this week in Las Vegas.
Anyway, yesterday morning’s keynote, “Innovation Power” with Jeff Immelt of GE, John Chambers of Cisco, and Ursula Burns of Xerox, with moderator, Gary Shapiro of the CEA, was by far one of the most powerful CES sessions I have ever seen.
7 key points stuck out. According to the panel, to innovate and compete we need:
- More Investment
- Focus on Exports
- Technology & Innovation
- Increased National Teamwork
- Better Education From K-12
- Better Immigration Policy
- More partnerships between commercial and education sectors