Quantum computing experts voice explainability fears

Big speed-ups for quantum-powered models could prompt bigger questions from regulators.

Regulators and model-risk managers have been kept busy in recent years by rapid advances in machine-learning techniques that power banks’ modeling of everything from interest rates to customer fraud. If quantum computing continues its rapid march towards commercial viability, they might be about to get a whole lot busier.

Speaking yesterday to a panel of experts at Risk Live, hosted by WatersTechnology sister publication Risk.net, Lee Braine, managing director of research and engineering at

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