Quantum computing is one of the top topics of innovation conversations around the information technology world. Why wouldn’t it be? The promise it holds is, well, mind boggling. Partially because it’ a whole new paradigm.
Why is government in quantum computing important? Quantum computing has enormous potential to facilitate sweeping systems change. Some think the leap from classical to quantum could be more significant than the leap from the abacus
Agility and speed to optimization are critical to meet customers’ growing expectations for instant availability and near-immediate delivery. Yet, the last mile has always been the most expensive, long-bemoaned challenge of logistics. With the “new
We all know that quantum computers, both quantum annealing and gate model, are extremely limited in the problems they can solve today. That’s because they can’t hold the number of variables that complex problems require.
How soon will quantum computers replace classical computers? That seems to be a popular question in some arenas. The problem is, it’s not really a feasible scenario, so the true answer is never. Not that