Quantum technologies are transitioning from laboratory curiosity to technical reality. Today, small-scale quantum computers with 53 qubits have been demonstrated, but what can they do? What kinds of business opportunities exist and what are the challenges ahead? How and when should my company get engaged?
MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) and the Center for Quantum Engineering (CQE) are pleased to present a special webinar and panel discussion with business leaders and researchers in quantum computing hardware and software sharing their insights on the current lay of the land, opportunities, and challenges of quantum computing.
We feature leaders from industry members of the CQE Quantum Science and Engineering Consortium (QSEC), the CQE industry membership group. QSEC membership enables industries to engage with MIT faculty, students, and each other to explore the promise and applications of quantum technologies.
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Finance at MIT enables deep analysis and exploration that challenges rigorous thinkers to solve problems and produce new tools with far-reaching impact in business and the world. At MIT, technology is embedded in everything we do and facilitates the science and application of finance to create value and improve accessibility across industries and borders.
MIT’s Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) and Finance at MIT are pleased to present a special webinar to share some of the progress MIT has made in the field of finance, and for you to engage with the global MIT finance ecosystem, where we challenge each other to solve problems with far-reaching impact in business and the world.