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HP Federal’s Tommy Gardner: Broad Strategy Needed to Drive 3D Printing Capability in US

Tommy Gardner

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 19, 2019 — Tommy Gardner, chief technology officer of HP‘s (NYSE: HPQ) federal business, has said the government needs a comprehensive strategy to boost U.S. adoption of 3D printing technology, as well as associated capabilities like artificial intelligence and machine learning, ExecutiveBiz reported Feb. 11.

Gardner wrote in a GCN guest piece published Feb. 8 that the U.S. government needs a broad plan with specific strategic targets that look toward a future where 3D printing can manufacture “full production items,” as a joint HP and A.T. Kearney report predicts that the technology will disrupt approximately $6T of the global economy over the next 10 years.

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