by Florian Budde and Daniel Volz The chemical industry is poised to be an early beneficiary of the vastly expanded modeling and computational capabilities of quantum computing. Companies must act now to capture the benefits.
We often read or hear that Quantum Computing will strongly impact certain activities such as financial transactions or e-commerce because no cryptography could resist it. In May 2018, during a meeting of The Churchill Club
How can we measure Quantum Computing ‘power’ in comparison of Classical Computing? Does Moore’s Law apply to Quantum Computing? (The famous Moore’s Law is a empiric but foundation law of modern electronics and computers.) Gordon Moore,
By Matt Langione, Corban Tillemann-Dick, Amit Kumar, and Vikas Taneja Quantum computers will soon begin to solve many industrial problems that today’s computers cannot. Over time, we expect productivity gains—both cost savings and revenue opportunities—to
By Roman Orus, Samuel Mugel and Enrique Lizaso Researchers discuss how quantum computation can be applied to financial problems, providing an overview of current approaches and potential prospects. They review quantum optimization algorithms, and expose how
The British Nation Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has just released a white paper intended for those who use or build cryptographic products and systems. It describes the threat to cryptography posed by the emergence of