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Doug Finke
Founder at Quantum Computing Report
Mehdi Bozzo-Rey
Head of Business Development - Quantum at Cambridge Quantum Computing
Shahar Keinan
CEO at Polaris Quantum Biotech
Christopher Bishop
Improvising Careers at Improvising Careers

Doug Finke is Publisher and Managing Editor of the Quantum Computing Report, the leading market analysis site for the quantum industry. It was founded in 2015 to provide the latest news and analysis about developments in the industry. Before founding the report, Doug spent over 30 years in the classical computing industry working for such companies as IBM, Intel, Western Digital and several startups and he utilizes his experience gained there to provide insight on how the quantum industry may go through similar evolutions in the future.

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Mehdi is Head of Business Development at Cambridge Quantum Computing. In the HPC industry for more than 15 years, his contributions to HPC span infrastructure management, reproducible HPC, as well as customers and partners enablement. Driven by passion for disruptive technologies, he recently took advantage of his background in quantum mechanics to start exploring the field of Quantum Computing. His focus is on the Quantum startups ecosystem growth and enablement. At night, Mehdi is amateur astronomer, member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and he runs the astronomy and sciences club at his son’s school.

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An accomplished leader with a keen understanding of the dynamics that impact developing and bringing products to market. 15+ years of computational chemistry experience, including the previous 10 years in senior scientific and operational leadership positions. Experienced at working at multiple stages of R&D process with experience leading multiple, concurrent projects at varying stages of development. Excels at integrating scientific goals and capabilities with business objectives to craft a cohesive go-to-market strategy. Outstanding communication skills, leadership ability, and business acumen.

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00:05 Intro

03:10 A quantum revolution in drug recovery

08:55 Cambridge quantum computing

10:52 Six core focus areas

14:05 Quantum software

19:01 Connect devices to developers ecosystems

25:46 The quantum computing report

29:11 Summary of QC algorithm research for AI

36:55 Connect AI quantum communities

41:00 Industry verticals

44:50 Perspectives and challenges

48:10 Quantum sensors

53:30 Evaluation

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Google take me to 530. That sounds great. So how long everybody good afternoon? Good evening. Good morning. We're doing babysitting on the planet and these crazy times. Do I need to be a menace Christopher Bishop? I'm going to be hosting and moderating our conversations evening or focus is on AI and quantum Imma, just sidebar want to say that I'm delighted that we can do this trying to look on the positive side right of this crazy situation. We find ourselves in with covid-19. You can I replace please wax philosophic for a moment, but it lets us do things

like this gather people from all over the world to have a conversation about important topic so glad to be here. We have a distinguished panel quickest directions from me. I'm a former IBM or I'm a technology futurist. I'm a LinkedIn learning instructor. I'm a tedx speaker and the net is I passionate about the power of emerging technology to transform both business and culture and I think Quantum is certainly position to drive this kind of transformation in degree. We will have never seen before doing things like solving and tractable problems

making the planet a better place to live if you will support of all kinds of innovative process. Is and business models and cultural transformation. We're going to talk a little bit about this evening. So with that lets them be to say who were going to hear from this evening. We have to stay managing editor inside corner technology and Quantum Pewter Report of a shirt. We have made it goes away is a business development executive at Cambridge Quantum Computing and Shahar kainan with a CEO and co-founder of Polaris QB. So I've

asked each of the panelist to share a little bit about who they are what they do with their company does inside we got it. And then after each of them speaks, I've put together a certain questions working with the panelists and then I asked you your participants to viewers and listeners the Watchers, please put questions in the queue when I do it as we go and we'll get to them. At the end of our our so the gentle I have to be here looking forward to a really

interesting conversation, but Quantum Nai, I'm sure hard to start right tell us a little bit of that. I'm Polaris to be in what you do and how you came to find this company. You have my slide share my screen. There we go. Right there. We are. Can you see them? Okay, great. So. Volaris going to buy a check. We are we are ushering in a Quantum revolution in drug Discovery. We're doing that by rapid drug Discovery inbox chemical State and of course by Quantum computing. Can you go to the next time? Michelin

our mission is Larry used to develop drug lean scale and scale latest innovation in cloud computing machine learning. So we are at the Forefront and the copy area of and a i a machine gun. We had started by building the first drug Discovery platform on the quantum Computing and working. And we're doing that in order to show your Discovery Heart Association problem. And that is in a molecular face billion billions of molecules that are possible which one is the right one. The one that will become a drug and we publish them or anybody interested in the

most of the drugs medicine are smaller molecules that are relevant for a specific protein. And we use those. Those medicine to block the activity of the profane and that's mean block the busy. So if I think about covid-19 that have purple with stuffing that can be filled if I was by sucking so how do we find these chemical space space space to the power of 60 possible Morrison searching through that came to thank you and AI. Accelerate drug Discovery with

what we're doing it because it's good business day tradition has been discoveries takes three year with quantum computers for months. That's a huge saving both time and in money and that's what letter do everything a scale. Our selfless cold patio using both information. They were doing multiple targets and we're doing Factor run. Will using AI machine learning and Analytics tool. We have a dollar store that these updated with every run and the Moguls are updating where does enlarged chemical space

and because we're doing. We don't need to do many small correct except which is what the industry is doing now and all of this is built on top of quantum Computing and we have a choose the right computer environments basement and the time cuz we complete this started with mother our audience becomes. as I said before you are solving drug Discovery hardest Novation problem with finding the right one and start from molecules and XD and we get the least expensive expensive,

but you are also working on d-wave Quantum under Next bus if anybody I'm happy to be here today, and if anybody has any more question, please your rice and we'll be happy to answer those questions. Hey Shona, thank you very much. And I just want to make sure that I put the link in your chart with the into the chat line. So I wanted. I said call him expired approach turn to Noble drug design. So please take a look at that everybody again the time the time scale be going to shorten the time to deal with Martin again,

fantastic driving jobs that generate now value to. People about to business a great win-win. All right. Thank you to you and ask you if you would please if you have to worry about what goes on at Cambridge Quantum Computing degree find your true Maya. I'm a few to die training and I spent the last twenty years is he doing a high performance Computing and a now account on both business and technical side Squad suicide. Give me a pretty good about you of us what's going on. So let me talk about camera

g7x edema. Information did you see timeline first? So it was established in 2014 and I sharing them right now. I can't. I was supposed to get them. Okay, here we go. How about now black screen rewind on the restocks timeline? Did you see if the bee stinger 2014 brand new company in terms of sizing a bit more than 100 employees. Globally. What makes it special I would say is that we do have over sixty scientist next 35 + PhD sweet 3D three structures of the core of the of the company and ask for your nice a picture light on

in terms of focus. I will refer Christian Solutions. Like we don't want to run to science for chest in Sanskrit. Wanted to be a useful for other people and customers and we have a Quantum development platform called the tickets, which is really ever found. Then enter Enterprise applications in quantum chemistry is this depression is called human and Yugoslav libraries of the algorithms like regular on standard and also machine learning algorithms. We do have we do play in the quantum security

as well. But I'm going to skip this piece of the next light, please. How she just doesn't know lots of a build is that good could be tomorrow single area. We we have to play again. I'm going to sleep. Number one cyber security but we are human and she's a platform for quantum chemistry. We also Drew part of my decision. We do our own Quantum software development perform. Again. This is a war from National peace that allows us to do everything else. We do Quantum machine learning and we started not long time ago to do Contour natural language processing.

Next life is a question would be okay with image. Why are you doing so many sending so many areas basically because the death of the man from the from the industry and the applications of quantum Computing how many many radicals. Based you most of them? So we're talking about give me Transformer with the King but industrial goods and final and oranges as well. And how can I have the other articles next like this? So this guy is actually from IBM if you can find it on the web. I think it's a wonderful slide because not only it gives you an idea about the timing one

things will happen. When I see. It also Maps the type of organisms that would be used to solve specific industry problems. So you see for young call Verizon one, which is like almost now. It is very soon. You can see that the dish with benefits from not only optimization what Quantum information and you can go through this and you will see that the algorithms family stay the same. So you have chemicals missions on one side scenario simulation than what you might say chinon AIML and that's exactly why we playing these areas. Next office light, please.

So that's the picture. I absolutely love so that beef is our finance and the emotional eating and as you can see there's a lot of people so we really did invest a lot and you should check on a website or just do a quick search. I'm not work as you will see that the team is how you put it in terms of the pure science and we are so deep as a partnership Swiss watch companies like for example of total, which is also available on the web. I'm next light, please. So I asked a knack 2 minutes are talking about ticket because

again, this is really our off on a small piece. Like when you be the house really speak slab of concrete so that we use it, but we make it available to everyone except one next slide, please. So that's an overview of ticket Switzer. We created Quantum SDK But it includes a computer and a Twist in the next 2 slides you get Avenue on the computer connects. So we say it is we talked at the ball and platform-agnostic. Sorry forget about means that it's kind of a okay. Let's sit and intermediate representation in the sense that

you can do language translations. So for example, someone who who got rained on Chris kids, which is the contact Medicaid led by and I have to say the most successful so far. You need to you want to run your algorithm on a device that is not supported by you by your Christian than you used to get and you make this connection. Now if you want to use one height of a function of Quizlet, but then do something in Pikeville. I'm done Runnin impd Vice bust your chemistry used to get the next time please thank you very much. So access to any device for

many continents DK. What's that? That's what I just explained what it really enables customers and researchers as well is rapid prototyping. So again to today there's like a small set of viable Quantum algorithms that you can run on on actually deceased. One of them. Well known is a tree and you just don't want to have to record the ritual with them every single time. You changed your eyes. So what you can do with side you can use the brisket on a romance use this betrayal

goes I'm just with function coach Diego library and then you buy tickets to run on a device that is not supported by the Ecosystem. Renewable resource example to try out many many things super quickly and then basically free stuff for the Penningtons of the research and the hospital's next slide, please. The seconds what I call I hope the biggest one edition and Ultimate Edition. So again, you can call these are high liver functions use them use these free credit algorithms run them on an unsupported

device and I don't spray it again. I mean numbs readied ID, but you can keep the optimization annoys me to get from the tree and buy optimization what I mean, he's sexy. Meditation sweating of the day the devices that are available today are extremely noisy. I mean, not that right. Yes, the key is read through to get the shortest possible circuits in the tree down the device and during the competition process. You need to modify. Language that you that you you was easier, if usually the composer for my being poisoned from kick it like through

python curled sewing to do this math thing in translation into something that the English table on the device and it involves lots of what we called yet. So that that's equivalent to the classical guess that you have in a circuit except they are quantum. I'm doing this mapping process you need to transform the year the circuit and the goal here is to come up with the Final Secrets. That is the August so we can be run on the device. The other thing is those devices are noisy in East Norriton, just killed on Tony Rice is so extremely noisy

and the key in any process. We be to me to get this noise and what we do with the Jets is you can a transport is atomization annoyed with the ocean across at one time. I see case at lunch party devices from these are extremely useful for again. I will commercial next slide please and finally issue a step back and think the other way would be to be able to Use devices that are dressed when you are not supported by anyone. So that's the case for S8 Quantum Hardware startups waiting for

us today all based on different Technologies, and there's many and more and more on time status starting and he saw them is ready to make their new devices available to pick up stamps and stamps. So as soon as they correct their device to the type to get interface, we give them access to which political system into the brisket and it's also work the other way like one big bag for your uncle who like to try try your brand new device can also use this as which one

Next slide please. So there's the website address in question. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. I have to say one of my main takeaways has it must be intimidating to work at a company every day with your 35 panties wandering around please tell us about what you do about the quantum Computing is I have a private Equity company. I'm backed up by as part of the amount of the managing partner. By Famous Supply Company in many areas. He's not an object because they do quite a lot of

Biotin and my my own way of bringing money and I'm so honored Focus indict one is anything in the USA and USA friendly countries. We're not going to go to too far away, but we will be focusing more on USA in some countries and UK Cambridge is the famous company. Anyway, not limited to it USA. That's one one part of it and just isn't it. I discovered a company bulbs in in silico as Jahar was alluding to and we did this before Quantum Computing was innocent Tactical Set time

and show me a male but nothing serious at the time and we did and companies like Johnson & Johnson Abbott Labs examples, they would come to us and say we want to do is this small molecule in a research and create the small molecules in silico, and because it is a lot more expensive for them to do in the traditional physical chemistry top down and what we would do is we would do the analysis and measurement of a computer clusters and come up with and then sometimes as she was very nice seeing this is not practically able to be done before they decide play Cantonese music

expert Sandy based physics based modeling and protein folding in on whatever it takes to do at to make sure it's functional durable headset. But human beings as well because of their expertise and we have done that cleaning products and I'll Draymond example for dimensioning and so that's one aspect of which I don't want to get into details on this is required to do what kind of devices can be used with Lester's devices, but not available. So before which

whatever in a plaster that are available we have used and sorted out. Listen to competition if it takes about 30 40 50 million dollars. John Abbott Labs in silico. And then once that is accepted by them, then we try to gather multiple small molecules that goes into the capsular couch fires cuz it medicine and that you would give them and then we also will do some very enviable. We were not specializing in English because it's not practical to do all of them and treat clinical

testing. I understand all of that in detail, but we can go for it yet. I want to bring an investment major investments in the dumps a few hundred million dollar to a billion dollar company as you all know, this is Big Money business this I share what he does and then we're going to do some more Q&A so they can get some control thinks. Maybe it doesn't happen. So I'm going to put up your shirt Imaging editor of the quantum Computing report and you can see our logo there I go to the next slide Chris. So I started the quantum Computing

report in 2015, you know that time it seemed like it was going to be an interesting area. No one was reporting about on it. And I thought it was was worthy to really help people know what was happening in the industry. It is now the leading a market analyst website for what's happening in the industry. We reported on all the news the funding's the players. We have all sorts of tables, you know what Venture capitalists are investing in what companies we have something called technical score cards that show how each of the companies are doing. And you know, we have

thousands of readers now on the site this includes Quantum industry Executives Venture capitalists are congressional analysts, you know, a lot of people of course in the in the research Community to and the website is is well known as at least within the industry. It's been quoted by the washing. Opposed CNBC Forbes and and many others if you are interested in Quantum Computing and you're not currently a subscriber to our Weekly Newsletter, I would invite you to do so, he just go to our home page right there

and you can subscribe to get a Weekly Newsletter every Sunday. It'll tell you what happened in the past week and it's a great way to catch up on what's happening in the industry without having to go through tons and tons of journals or are news articles. We go to next line Chris. So just a little bit about me. So, you know what qualifies me to report about on this night. I tell people jokingly. I am a refugee from the classical Computing industry. I also work at IBM. I am actually my first job was as a Mainframe computer designer at IBM in New York,

but I work it entail Western Digital why did several startup companies got bought out several times, but there was a thread in many many of my jobs and roles is that I always seem to be involved in high performance Computing in one form or the other, you know in in the classical sense and And I've been involved in many different areas, you know from marketing engineering operations executive management those types of things. So I have a very good understanding of what's happening in the

united. How did classical Computing industry involved and how it changed and what are things I bring to the party is a sort of a thesis of my own which is that elements of the industry structure and how and how the industry will develop in Quantum Computing will replicate when we stop previously in the semiconductor industry and the classical Computing industry and you'll see my articles that I seen it already is that certain things are happening things like consolidations and buyouts and Technology changes in those types

of things and it really need any experience. I've had in classical Computing really bring something to the party. Let it go to next line. This would be my last time I took this slide from a report that the Boston Consulting Group just issued last week and actually took their slide from QC. We're so but I do have a reference there at the bottom and you can find it on the web report from Boston Consulting Group says, it's time for financial institutions to place their bets on quantum. But if there's anything that you would want to get

out of this whole session, I think there's a key to key points here first. If you look at that chart, you'll see it's been divided into three different time frames 3 to 5 years 5 to 10 years and 10 to 20 years and it what it does is it maps how various algorithms when they think they will be, reality and because it's hot those algorithms are highly dependent on having more powerful quantum computers available with and the quantum computers are still in a very very early stage. You should not expect anything overnight and I'll take really decades for them to

fully develop butt It's important to understand that you will need to have patience to bring some of the stuff to reality. But at the same time if you are an Enterprise and you're starting to look at using Quantum Computing for some complicated problems now is a good time to least get started to have a pilot group of people getting in there to understand what types of problems your Enterprise has that can be solved with the quantum Computing cuz it takes a little while takes a long time to understand the technology to be able to map your

problem and figure out how it can be solved on Quantum Computing and now is a good time to start so The two key points that it's still you have to be patience going to take years for some of these algorithms to really come to fruition of the same time. Smart Enterprises are starting now to do that because it will take a while before you get fully up to speed and you should not expect things overnight. So in that a lot turn it back to you Chris and we can start the question and answer session. Great. Thank you. Thank you. I got it. That's a great night last night is a great sign

up for when I was going to propose is are so the first question so he's kind of share this group thinks the time frame of the timeline might be on my way to ask him to the panel it to share with us. They give us, you know, 90 seconds on your take on you no near-term versus long-term viability versus hype like what you think will happen when I want to start with you with which we are actually both of you were actually doing it but in terms of time frame and soda From relevance is the right qualifier, but I mean brushed by the pickup bility if

you will. So what interesting things about the Boston Consulting Group is that their time frame is becoming shorter and shorter years ago. They predicted every 20 years ahead. And now they're saying it's two years. So the future future is coming. I think there are things you can do in Quantum that are useful in some areas. If he's a game-changer ization problem. You can solve ABC the game changer on cell communication problem. You just need to find the right questions to ask if you know what questions you're asking and you know

how to translate. You know, what you should do Quantum for the sake of course because it's better if useful you can translate. You can solve some of those questions today. So again, and I think you should be ready because you need to start thinking about me today to be ready for a when he's here tomorrow night before but I'm going to do it again cuz I think it's awesome. But it's you know, it's emergency. So I completely agree with understands that he should have got years ago. Everybody was saying oh, yeah, I don't come on. It's like it will take at least

15-20 years from now and going to try to meet up with the time and Son, but you should get started now because I said it now it's a good time to stop just because of resources available because you know that I want to be able to program. These are quantum computers these early-stage a quantum computers, even if everybody's trying to make things like more accessible to the classic call the local committee. It is still extremely difficult to come up with a new algorithm in order to solve any problem and you can if you want to solve a problem with something that's

very close to an already used algorithm. It is still difficult thinking about you want to add more variables. That's just nuts. Research research work. And the thing is there's a very small set of teeth does a small set of people want to turn a guy on Iran's photo set of people understand Quantum of various super small set of people want to stand both and can play on both sides of the line and souls are relevant problem news briefing today, but that's one thing on the

timeline Excel macro small beds is 3 hours from now because what it what I've seen so far is a massive accident Mission and if you got the the published IBM road map, for example for a quantum computer, like should we see that date? Did you expect to come up with a 1000 GB devices in 2023 at the same time? You have all those are our Technologies and all. Providers who based their devices on that say what time for example like a Honeywell who are already claiming

and they demonstrated High Quantum Vision, which is a way to measure the performance of the of the machine today with more and more cubits and you have ionic you waiting for the Africans to be published. And on top of that you are a lot of energy drinks at UPS on the hardware side for building brand new devices at an accelerating over the time is extremely rapidly. So I again I would say on this year. Maybe more in a I like a regular back bottom. So I'm going to put you on the spot about how do we connect the AI Quantum communities

better? Are there texting each other prophecy? How do we connect those dots? Yeah, yeah, that's actually common problem. It's not necessarily limited to a I but basically if you look out there there are people you don't like many for example who are experts in Quantum, you know and understand the algorithms in the hardware in that type of thing. And then there's people at at the various companies Enterprises who Understand the problems at the company's have and you know, what are the problems and they've been

maybe sometimes are called data analyst and they've been working to solve those classically, but they not experts in Quantum. How do you get the two together? And in one of the things I've seen as I study the industry is there are companies like Cambridge Quantum Computing is one of them but there's several others that serve as the in-betweens, you know people who are in between the quantum providers like IBM and the Enterprise's be the data analyst at the Enterprises and they work with them to

2y help them map their problems on a quantum computer. So I think that's you know, very private driving industry shaharazad company is also in that same vein and but there are many others who knew that some of them specialize in specific areas, like like your drug Discovery like Shahar some specialize in optimization some specialized and finance. Some are a little bit more General Cambridge cloud computing for example is General they were working multiple domains. But those are the very important segment of the industry that I think will help people get the, you know,

take advantage of quantum much faster. So I want a school calendars to connecting Quantum AI see you again. You're doing it everyday kind of a Polaris. What do you say is the challenge of business? The resource issues operational challenges, you know, we've done it this way. It's worked. We don't want to change it or why should we fund this? Where is the the show me to go Revenue? You know, we got to keep the street happy so we can take out how to do that. I think

they one of the main questions here is as he said our lives can we show that they are returned investment and he's always a problem finding the first couple of cases where you showed that this is useful at leasing farmer just in big Pharma and in some of the well just know that people are beginning to understand the power of a I buy self. Now you add want you to meet this might be even more complicated to I think the moment that you come to companies and you say,

Useful working here are some example you can say a good way to move the discussion forward. That's how we how we build so many I want to see and talk about so I want slide you had showed can you cut a pretty broad swap in terms of vertical the implication is revealing any information in this space. So people are doing a lot of things. So what I can make it if you share with you is that you can find it on the web is we we denounce with total oil and gas I'll meet you at Corporation to develop Quantum algorithms for Kevin carbon capture, utilization and storage.

So that was that's I mean, I personally love the Project X quantum chemistry. So originally studied by your Richard Feynman everybody thought that the quantum chemistry problems will be the first to exhibit concomitant age. Now it's not it's not 100% sure because I mean optimization is being quite a big b come back. I would lie. If I if I say I know exactly what's going to come first, but that's going to be an interesting last 10 seconds race to go to watch TV.

Yeah. So a question, I like to compose like you folks are inside an unlikely application right preparing for this example about Lockheed and you're just yes. So one of the problems did anyone who's riding Software programmer, you know Berry very large classical software programming and I'll give an example and lockheed's case. It might be the software firmware that's used inside of a fighter jet or in an ottoman Title Max vehicle all the software that that goes goes in there or even a cell phone these days there are millions and millions of millions of different

scenarios that a the software needs to handle and the question is how can you test that software understanding of the Sands handling it correctly and not having any ears. So you like he's very worried about that because it is so complicated and and their the software they put in their Jets has millions of lines of code. They actually worked on some research with the University of Southern California to use a d-wave Quantum enabler to start a walk through all the pads and try to understand where The software ears might be so

example of an area where you know, you would not think about additionally that a quantum computer can be used. But if you think about an on a more general term that's in technology is very common that someone will come up with a concept and ultimately be used for things that people had no idea, you know, if you know John Von Neumann invented his the first computers in the 1940s, he would not have thought people. Would you be using it for Facebook? I think that is similar to darknet arpanet the internet and then even like Social media or mobile applications and

minister of the internet the patterns that we seen it what's happening in terms of investment decapitan engine stays good lure companies raising few hundred million dollar at a time. You're more money is being put into two companies that we don't know if you don't come and the customers are able to use all of that. We're Quantum Computing applications are should be multi-dimensional problems. That should be there which cannot be solved by using today on YouTube

only Computing where you cannot have too many pair too many problems. Number one and the accuracy is not the deal in the quantum Computing because the number of an atom registry number of dimensions in please play example biology epidemiology and Nova and that kind of thing right on this day Department Paradigm can solve the problem but it's not the accuracy that is there. It should be able to give you one direction of hearts are going to happen faster start with rather than regular Computing Paradigm with only two parameters. It consultant number to

ride a lot of money has been put in now the investor expectations will be a lot more than everyone of us are saying something. That doesn't mean revenue because if you solve only one problem secondly the customers should be able to pay proportional to the amount of money that I've been reading. A lot of money has been raised by candle companies that were you able to turn it over and jumped out in a customer appreciation volume problems. I did I need to pay that much

car because companies have 100 200 300 xplorer stem cells many of them. So we have to understand how this can be done after my generation problem is the stock market financial industry. It's also that someone has to do it as serious enough on that and see what is it is Macular results right now. So let's move on in prepping we talked about Quantum Computing gets most of the press drive up to the Limelight is on a company's organization take with with Quantum Computing for sex, but they're also

to metal level applications Quantum networks and Quantum sensors that also have the potential to have incredible impact on business and culture. So maybe you decided decided an example in our prep that I'd like you to share with with our listeners. Yes. So actually I'm a big fan of a Quantum sensors that story made by grounding in physics and one of the examples that you can find blood clots goes east side Compton Rotten Tomatoes. Suite of applications, like really all over. For example today at people or

losing Lots of money doing construction and eating rocks accounting regular enough to decide what to space when I was at IBM. So I thought I was a walking with a spot of the startup program with lots of scallops and some of them were playing on the sense of sight and on the side at some point last year NASA decided to go with the NASA Challenge and they call to offer a proposal and what we did is we did put two starters together. So one doing artificial intelligence

in the US at all the same only one doing Quantum sense when Quantum Computing actually from Switzerland called the murex. The AI is called global. Lincoln the chat if I'm not interrupt you but it's a Chromebook like a global the submit supported by Mariah Carey and Switzerland and also supported by IBM because we didn't provide the capacity for a 3-foot example Autobots are collaboration across countries across is the United goals and different areas of Science and exciting application for sure.

904 should be okay because of the last event in our conference. Okay. So what I think about thought leaders influencers evangelist people that are doing amazing work in the space in the Aeon Quantum space if you will and ask him to share so we're going to go put some links in the chat, but I want to start. Johari want to start your love you so so she's an r and Quantum Computing to call me. Now. You may think that this is you and it is Hardcore Quantum. Okay.

She's talking about coming over here and see coherence explained to call me. I highly recommend following her on Twitter and on her but also taking her stuff. What is she doing with your day job part of the earth Quantum Computing team when she has her job on inside my I think if you would look at the same document you line behind us. It's a site where you spend during class. Comcast number one and followed up with her and Amanda the hackaday the course wanting. You, too. I who wants to go next? I

can go and mention some items there Sunday dinner with deep-pocket situations and valuation is going to be the key going forward in the multiple aspects of it. One of them is devaluation is not good for most improved Smith bodyguard, not because we don't have it as a reference for evaluation in this industry at all. And so more money has to come with me something more and more and more and more these companies. Are you have real clients and their I'm sending generating attributable Revenue. So

and I knew how to do Auto for more money to come inside. So dogs are many you want to talk about who who mention Maria the amazing.. So, yes, I'm a big fan of so she's a scientist. She works for a company accountant company called the Santa Fe Dr. Next door in the intern to Day by the way have a star on the top of a building with a magnificent view of the lights in it's beautiful. The quantum computers are you can find her on YouTube as well. And I I found one of her a video on

how to encode a classical data into a Quantum States. Absolutely awesome because I ran into exactly the same problem when I walked on Quantum image processing and I feed a key because whatever speed up you want Game of Thrones on my door. If you don't want to lose it through this anchoring a process, so she told me she'd lots of the Articles. She she talks at the very decent amount of conferences has Days of our talks and that's the riffic. Now we need more women encouraged to get into to cause you more broadly but certainly quad them pacifically. So that's why the average cat live

delighted that you both making lemon good and I'm certainly promoted them. So my person who I think it's in a locked for a i n Quantum is actually someone associated with meddys company. It's Professor Bob cook who is Friar Oxford University and he's the senior academic advisor to Cambridge Quantum Computing and he's come up with two things, which I think I'm quite significant Betty sort of mentioned. I'm very very briefly. The first is quantum natural language processing of those things. I would not have Immediate Target for Quantum, but he

said a lot of research in the area has had some really interesting results. And the I I did meet him at a conference this year during talking about that. I was just really intrigued you did years ago. He came up with a new type of notation for Quantum. It's called I get some bread and they call exotic calculus course in the US we would say usiah ZX calculus gauged it and it's very visual way of doing it and I again it's quite unique, but I've been told by people at Cambridge Quantum Computing that that's actually be using that as one of their secrets for cheating some very

very good optimization algorithms using that methodology. So Professor Bob cook from Oxford University. Be my guy put his Link in his title in the chat have to put in an article that you would share it. So I'm going to put the rest of these. I think we're coming to the end of our conversation. But thank you all very much. I think it was a very interesting chat. I hope the valuable to me on LinkedIn. I don't know if the other people are comfortable with that but yes, I can expand the community and as a result the impact of quantum to influence business and

culture in a positive way. So Rebecca Murphy, I'll turn it over to you. You're muted though. Unmute yourself. Dr. Murthy we can't hear you. You're muted.

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