Quantum Computing, How Intel is Driving Towards a Probabilistic Future

February 7th, 2023 | | 35:56
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Quantum computing technology is becoming more viable, which means programming models are going to have to be created to harness this potentially world changing technology. To many developers, understanding the possibilities of quantum computing and moving from a binary world to a world of quantum states is challenging.

Tony talks to Anne Matsuura, a physicist and Director of Quantum Applications and Architecture in Intel Labs about what quantum computing can do for society and how Intel is working on building hardware and software solutions to make that future a reality.

We also talk about what a quantum computer actually looks like today (hint: it’s not a tiny flat chip).

Learn more:
Intel Quantum Computing Homepage


Anne Matsuura – Director of Quantum Applications and Architecture in Intel Labs

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