The Quantum Computing Question

While interest in quantum computing has been slow to arrive in the capital markets, Wei-Shen, who attended this year’s Sibos conference in Sydney, says a tipping point might be soon to come.

Wei-Shen with background

Despite all the talk about universal quantum computers being years away, there was keen interest at this year’s Sibos conference in Sydney, which featured no fewer than eight sessions on the topic, including a curated quantum computing networking session. 

I always try to sit at the front of the room, so it came as a shock to me when, at panel after panel, all the seats were already taken, leaving me standing with several dozen other attendees in the back.

The sessions broke down quantum

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