Waters Wrap: As quantum’s skeptics grow in number, believers need better messaging

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In the October 2011 issue of what was then called Waters magazine, there was a feature that asked the question, Is Wall Street ready for quantum computing? Twelve years later, we’re still basically asking the same question.

In the 1980s, physicist Richard Feynman and then David Deutsch sowed the seeds for what we consider quantum computing today: using the principles of quantum mechanics to build computational systems to run calculations and simulations that classical computers simply do not

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