* National Academy of Engineering
* Washington, DC
* Member, National Academy of Engineering/ National Research Council Committee on Technological Literacy
* Ph.D. Candidate
* Emory University
* Atlanta, Georgia
* Technology for All Americans Project
* Blacksburg, Virginia
A report out this week from the National Academy of Engineering says that although our society is increasingly dependent on it, most Americans aren't able to think critically about technology. This hour, we'll talk about why we all need to know more about technology, and what it means to be technologically literate.
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