Unspoken Experimentation: Quantum Computing Progresses

As the race for quantum supremacy continues, Wei-Shen thinks about how financial institutions are experimenting with quantum computing and what results it could bring.

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New technologies tend to create a buzz and a sense of excitement, and rightly so. One mention of artificial intelligence, and its subset machine learning, and you’ll command the attention of many a conversation. But instead of AI, let’s start by looking at the evolution of mobile phones and the incredible amount of change they have undergone in the last 30-odd years.

In 1985, one of the first mobile phones was the transportable Vodafone VT1, which weighed 4.7kg (10.3 pounds), and offered 30

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