U.S. Leadership in Innovation

Meg Whitman, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
In conversation with: Tina Seelig, Stanford University

Tech executive Meg Whitman talks about how America’s long-held position as the most innovative country in the world is being threatened by the rise of China and other nations, and how “STEM” subjects must be taught more robustly to U.S. school-age children. “We are at the beginning of the revolution in science, technology, engineering and math – even though we’re 50 years in,” Whitman says.