The three keys to realizing the full potential of quantum computing
In the 20th century, quantum physics led to the invention of the laser and the transistor, delivering a dramatic impact on our daily lives. In the 21st century, quantum physics is poised to deliver another dramatic revolution: quantum computing. Quantum computers can run algorithms that can never be executed on classical computers in a reasonable time, These algorithms are expected to deliver a dramatic impact on chemistry, finance, transportation, cybersecurity, and more.
The opportunity to achieve such breakthroughs has been seized by major organizations. Indeed, the Gartner research firm estimates that by 2023, 20% of organizations will be budgeting for quantum computing projects.
What is required today to develop quantum algorithms and in what areas do we need to see improvements to realize the tectonic benefits of quantum?