An Alternative to the American way of Innovation | Andrew 'bunnie' Huang | TEDxPickeringStreet İndir

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  • 22 Eki 2018

  • Intellectual property laws of today are largely influenced by regulations created more than a hundred years ago in Europe. But there is one country in the world where IP is handled in a radically different manner as a result of the internet age: China. What can we learn from China in this age of innovation? This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at​


  • bones23jones
    bones23jones 2 yıl önce

    "Echo chamber of improvement" 👍

  • Mark Krebs
    Mark Krebs 2 yıl önce

    Worse for the individual, better for society? Maybe we need a middle road with shorter time period of protection.

  • Green World
    Green World 1 yıl önce

    Edward Snowden with Joe Rogan suggested me here...

  • DRS Electronic
    DRS Electronic 1 yıl önce

    Very good book , « the hardware hacker »

  • montana wildhack
    montana wildhack 1 yıl önce

    Ed sent me

  • Artificial Intelligence

    The only problem with this is that you can't really innovate by producing random kitty-cat phones.

  • Manuel Barkhau
    Manuel Barkhau 2 yıl önce

    Copying is not theft.

  • mc_speedmauer
    mc_speedmauer 2 yıl önce

    His obsession is about the upside the plastic manufacturers have, by closing the knowledge gap on the pcb/electronics side, so they can sell more plastic and are not dependent on one large contract.

  • Jason Richards
    Jason Richards 2 yıl önce

    I certainly agree with what he is saying; but I believe the American way lends itself to developing better premium products.

  • dan b
    dan b 1 yıl önce (düzenlendi)

    I REALLY hate those poppy, plosive, distorted, horrid sounding "over-the-head" countryman microphones!

  • Felixx Denolo
    Felixx Denolo 1 yıl önce

    This is so funny why would you invest time and money so someone can just copy you and lose out. That’s like a farmer planting seeds and watering plants and letting someone take his crop for free.