Broadband technologies and innovations such as wearable devices can monitor and promote heart health.
American Voters Want Congress to Take Action to Close the Digital Divide
The COVID-19 pandemic has moved much of our daily lives online, underscoring the need for fast, reliable, and universally accessible broadband for all. A recent poll by IIA and Morning Consult reiterates this increased reliance on high-speed internet and finds strong support among American voters for using Congressional authority to improve broadband access.
Coronavirus Makes It Clear: We Need to Digitally Empower More Women
In a Morning Consult op-ed, IIA Co-Chairwoman Kim Keenan shows that it’s increasingly clear that government, industry and NGO leaders all need to play a role in supporting the transition of millions of women into more tech-centered jobs, and every woman in this country needs access to broadband.
Infographic: American Broadband Networks Prove Resilient Due to Sustained Private Investment
Unveiled at this year’s CES, the Airthings Virus Risk Indicator will detect if indoor air quality dips and virus transmission risk rises, a valuable tool to help restaurants and businesses know when their capacity has reached its limit.
Unveiled at this year’s CES, RoboEatz’s robotic kitchen system envisions a new era of food service for restaurants, commercial kitchens, and dining halls, one where autonomous robots could prepare, cook, and serve made-to-order hot and cold dishes in as little as 30 seconds.
A recent report from BroadbandNow found a significant rise in low-priced broadband offerings in 2020, with 70% of Americans having access to a low cost plan compared to just 52% the year before.
The National Urban League released their Lewis Latimer Plan for Digital Equity & Inclusion, a comprehensive agenda addressing the key steps that policymakers must take to create a more equitable and inclusive digital economy.
A new report from Parks Associates found that remote healthcare visits increased drastically last year during the COVID-19 pandemic, rising from 15% of broadband households in 2019 to 41% in 2020.
Unveiled at this year’s CES, Lasso’s recycling robot uses AI machine learning and internal sensors to sort, clean, grind up, and deliver household recyclables to certified manufacturers, ensuring every item that’s recycled in the home actually gets made into a new product.
The Internet Innovation Alliance warmly congratulates Federal Communications Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel on being named acting FCC Chair. We look forward to continuing to work closely with her to advance universal broadband and on solving the Homework Gap, among other critical national challenges.
The Internet Innovation Alliance congratulates President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on their inauguration as President and Vice President of the United States of America today.