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Quantum computing has quickly accelerated out of academia and into the corporate and start-up spheres. It promises to deliver processing speeds that vastly outpace current computers and technological breakthroughs that are impossible to achieve with today’s equipment.
What this course promises to do is cut through the hype to help you know exactly what to make of this technology and to determine whether you are quantum ready. You'll be equipped with insight and tools to ascertain the right kind of investment for your needs, the best time to adopt quantum technology and how to conduct a cost-benefit analysis.
You’ll start with quantum computing’s seven primary architectures, followed by an overview of the technology used in the private sector. Critical reading skills for assessing press releases and then you'll conduct quantum experiments, investigate software development. The course concludes with a test of your quantum computing assessment abilities.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
This masterclass is particularly relevant if you work in fields that are early adopters of quantum computing: from financial services, banking, consulting, pharmacology to biotech, automotive and aerospace manufacturing. C-suite executives, start-up founders and venture capitalist will also benefit from this course.
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