A new notebook examines the cost of” invention speak” and how exporting startup evaluates to the rest of our economy is a dangerous proposition.
For as long as it has existed, parties have been trying to replicate the wizard of Silicon Valley, to capture some of its ineffable ability to produce true innovation–inventions that have changed countless people’s lives for the better. But despite its real claim to innovation, Silicon Valley has also come to represent something less tangible. Andrew Russell, professor of record and dean of the College of Art and Science at SUNY Polytechnic Institute, and Lee Vinsel, a prof in the Department of Science, Technology, and Society at Virginia Tech, call it” invention speak .”
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