The science and tech world has been abuzz about quantum computers for years, but the devices are not yet affecting our daily lives.
Quantum computers are not intended to replace classical computers; instead, they are expected to be a different tool used to solve complex problems that are beyond the capabilities of a classical computer.
Quantum systems could seamlessly encrypt data, help us make sense of the huge amount of data we’ve already collected, and solve complex problems that even the most powerful supercomputers cannot
Quantum computing can also make a new way for us to explore our solar system or even our galaxy.
Quantum computing will revolutionize Artificial Intelligence. We’ll be able to do things we never thought possible from creating life-saving medicines to solving some of science’s most complex problems.
By entering the quantum arena, where the traditional laws of physics no longer apply, we will be able to create quantum processors that are significantly faster . This will have a huge impact on the way we do business, invent new medicines and materials, safeguard our data, explore space, and predict weather events and climate change.