HOW SAFE IS OUR TECH IF IT DEPENDS ON NON-FREE NATIONS?
Krach, former Under Secretary of State and current Chairman of the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue University, has been thinking a good deal about our future and new technology. He is committed to the importance of rehoming technology Americans need in the United States.
In an interview last year, he also told the Washington Post that clean energy tech may depend on regaining control over the processes:
“As you know, they’re the world’s largest and fastest increase in terms of carbon emissions. So, of course, we should be working with them [China], but I think really my point is that we’ve got to develop our clean energy business.”