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April 29, 2022

Quantum Computing: Why The Board Should Care

there is a growing interest across the world in the feasibility of quantum computing and when it will finally become a reality in business. and that’s for good reason. quantum would enable problem-solving capabilities to address simulations and complicated optimisation questions involving a formidable number of variables and pot...
  • Solution and Industry
    May 31, 2022
    Quantum computing capabilities are exploding, causing disruption and incredible opportunities. But many technology and business leaders don’t understand the impact this technology will have on their businesses—the tremendous potential improvements and the risk to data and critical business processes.
  • Podcast series
    February 28, 2022
    Guest Speaker: Kanav Setia– CEO qBraid It’s amazing how many programming languages and interfaces exist in quantum compung already. What if there was a way to learn and use all of them without installing anything? qBraid is making that possible with a site you can join for free today. Join host Konstannos Karagiannis for a chat with Kanav Sea from qBraid.
  • Podcast Transcript
    November 2, 2021
    Ever notice that giant tech companies seem to get press coverage for privacy concerns as often as they do for new product launches? How did we end up in this world of playing catch up with the ethical implications of technology? Quantum computing is still relatively new, but it will impact machine learning, encryption, and other areas that will have major repercussions on all our futures.
  • Podcast
    November 2, 2021
    Ever notice that giant tech companies seem to get press coverage for privacy concerns as often as they do for new product launches? How did we end up in this world of playing catch up with the ethical implications of technology? Quantum computing is still relatively new, but it will impact machine learning, encryption, and other areas that will have major repercussions on all our futures.
  • Podcast
    September 29, 2022
    An 85-year-old idea may hold the key to nearly error-free qubits. The Majorana fermion has taken on almost mythical status, but Microsoft recently solved a critical technical hurdle to creating topological qubits with the particle. How close are we to quantum computers with this technology? What other future developments can we expect from Azure Quantum?
  • Podcast Transcript
    February 9, 2022
    It’s amazing how many programming languages and interfaces exist in quantum computing already. What if there was a way to learn and use all of them without installing anything? qBraid is making that possible with a site you can join for free today. Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat with Kanav Setia from qBraid. Guest Speaker: Kanav Setia– CEO qBraid
  • Podcast Transcript
    June 2, 2021
    The holy grail of quantum computing in the near term is a use case that provides advantage. We believe it’s only a matter of time, but major companies have to plan and prepare now so that they are not left behind when these applications arrive. Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat about quantum computing use cases with Pranav Gokhale from Super.tech.
  • Podcast
    February 9, 2022
    It’s amazing how many programming languages and interfaces exist in quantum computing already. What if there was a way to learn and use all of them without installing anything? qBraid is making that possible with a site you can join for free today. Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat with Kanav Setia from qBraid. Guest Speaker: Kanav Setia– CEO qBraid
  • Podcast
    June 2, 2021
    The holy grail of quantum computing in the near term is a use case that provides advantage. We believe it’s only a matter of time, but major companies have to plan and prepare now so that they are not left behind when these applications arrive. Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat about quantum computing use cases with Pranav Gokhale from Super.tech.
  • Podcast Transcript
    October 5, 2022
    It’s hard to improve the purity of an atom. Identical and easy to find, atoms such as those in ytterbium can make flawless qubits. We only need to be able to trap and control them. Can using trapped ions as qubits therefore yield the most powerful quantum computers on the planet? How scalable is this approach on the road to quantum advantage?
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