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Connects decision-makers and solutions creators to what's next in quantum computing
Companies with computationally-hard problems should start experimenting now
July 12, 2022
If quantum computing evolves as experts predict it will, it will not be an incremental step change over classical. Instead, it has the potential to be transformative in industries with computationally-hard problems.
In this video, Omdia chief quantum computing analyst Sam Lucero tells Enter Quantum editor Berenice Baker that the risk to enterprises that take a fast-follower approach is that they wait until their industries are fundamentally disrupted and their competitive advantage becomes untenable.
“It boils down to how hard quantum computing is,” says Lucero. “It is very hard to find talent that can use the technology, and a lot of the techniques for specific industries and verticals are still being developed and these are leading to patents being filed.”
Editor, Enter Quantum
Berenice is the editor of Enter Quantum, the companion website and exclusive content outlet for The Quantum Computing Summit. Enter Quantum informs quantum computing decision-makers and solutions creators with timely information, business applications and best practice to enable them to adopt the most effective quantum computing solution for their businesses. Berenice has a background in IT and 16 years’ experience as a technology journalist.
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