Quantum technologies are full of promise and potential. These technologies also bring their own challenges. Governments and businesses must start taking decisive action to manage the quantum changes as the second quantum revolution unfolds. Not doing so carries the risk of being left behind, and experience from other revolutions shows that this is not a favorable position to be in. Organizations without an AI mindset failed to execute on AI projects. Thus, organizations need a change management approach unique to quantum.
Quantum Strategy Institute Launched via a Virtual Event Hosted by Chris Bishop
September 15th marked the launch of the Quantum Strategy Institute, via a virtual event hosted by Christopher Bishop, Quantum Enthusiast and Master of Ceremonies for the Inside Quantum Technologies events.
The Impact of Quantum Computing on Cryptography and Data
Business leaders thinking about the future of their companies’ data security need only look at the image attached to this article. A key with the potential to open the universe of digital 1’s and 0’s. The abundant research and development being applied to quantum computing promises to launch a whole new universe of computing security considerations. In this article, Joe Ghalbouni provides insight into…
Educating a Quantum Workforce for Industry – Strategy, Pedagogy, and Learnings
The preparation of a quantum workforce for industry use is significantly different than the preparation of a workforce to create quantum hardware technology. There are stark differences in the stakeholders (technologists vs. managerial), the key spaces (security, algorithms / programming, specific domains like healthcare), and…
Strategic Movement Towards Quantum Adoption: Brian Lenahan Launches Quantum Strategy Institute
Quantum Strategy Institute (QSI), an international network of cross-domain experts sharing an interest in quantum technology and a vision of driving forward its successful adoption, announced its launch on September 15th, via a virtual event.