The Future Is Fiber – And The U.S. Is Falling Behind

The expanded use of fiber-optic connections has opened up new possibilities to health care, education, retail and other fields. Harvard Law professor Susan Crawford joins host Krys Boyd to explain why we need to approach fiber with an increased urgency or risk falling behind other developed nations. Her new book is called “Fiber: The Coming Tech Revolution – And Why America Might Miss It” (Yale).