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Public Knowledge brought 3D printers to Washington, DC for 3D/DC. 3D/DC was a chance to introduce policymakers to the innovators behind this rapidly expanding technology. Links to the complete panel sessions are available at the end of the video. Footage courtesy AMT - The Association for Manufacturing Technology.
Public Knowledge brought 3D printers to Washington, DC for 3D/DC. In the second panel of the afternoon Nate Anderson of Ars Technica moderated a discussion between Melba Kurman of Triple Helix Innovation and Michael Weinberg of Public Knowledge about some of the policy areas impacted by the widespread adoption of the technology. Panelists discuss intellectual property education, and how to fuel growth. Footage courtesy AMT - The Association for Manufacturing Technology.
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