Quantum Computing’s Academic Question

A look at how banks, vendors & colleges are partnering to solve finance problems using quantum science.

Some of the most groundbreaking work in quantum computing is currently taking place in academia, and the more enterprising financial players are already partnering with universities and research institutes to gain first-mover advantage.

In the 1990s, when Bob Coecke decided to work toward a PhD in quantum foundations, he viewed it as a chance to earn his doctorate while practicing music. As he puts it, he saw the funding he received to spend four years at Vrije Universiteit Brussel as an

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