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"g-f" fishing of golden knowledge (GK) of the fabulous treasure of the digital age, Quantum Computing (8/24/2021)  g-f(2)426

Opportunity, What Happens When ‘If’ Turns to ‘When’ in Quantum Computing?, BCG
  • The $250 billion U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, which enjoys broad bipartisan support in both houses of the US Congress, designates quantum information science and technology as one of ten key focus areas for the National Science Foundation. g-f(2)314
  • BCG estimates that quantum computing could create value of $450 billion to $850 billion in the next 15 to 30 years. Value of $5 billion to $10 billion could start accruing to users and providers as soon as the next three to five years if the technology scales as fast as promised by key vendors.
  • What Happens When ‘If’ Turns to ‘When’ in Quantum Computing?, Jean-François Bobier, Matt Langione, Edward Tao, and Antoine Gourévitch, July 21, 2021, BCG.
      Opportunity, Applications and Use Cases, BCG
      • Quantum computers will not replace the traditional computers we all use now. Instead they will work hand-in-hand to solve computationally complex problems that classical computers can’t handle quickly enough by themselves.
      •  There is no consensus on the exhaustive set of problems that quantum computers will be able to tackle, but research is concentrated on the following types of computational problems:
        • Simulation: Simulating processes that occur in nature and are difficult or impossible to characterize and understand with classical computers today.
        • Optimization: Using quantum algorithms to identify the best solution among a set of feasible options.
        • Machine learning (ML): Identifying patterns in data to train ML algorithms. 
        • Cryptography: Breaking traditional encryption and enabling stronger encryption standards, as we detailed in a recent report.
      Opportunity, What is quantum computing? Everything you need to know about the strange world of quantum computers, ZDNet

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      Opportunity, What Happens When ‘If’ Turns to ‘When’ in Quantum Computing?, BCG
      • The $250 billion U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, which enjoys broad bipartisan support in both houses of the US Congress, designates quantum information science and technology as one of ten key focus areas for the National Science Foundation. g-f(2)314
      • BCG estimates that quantum computing could create value of $450 billion to $850 billion in the next 15 to 30 years. Value of $5 billion to $10 billion could start accruing to users and providers as soon as the next three to five years if the technology scales as fast as promised by key vendors.
      • What Happens When ‘If’ Turns to ‘When’ in Quantum Computing?, Jean-François Bobier, Matt Langione, Edward Tao, and Antoine Gourévitch, July 21, 2021, BCG.
          Opportunity, Applications and Use Cases, BCG
          • Quantum computers will not replace the traditional computers we all use now. Instead they will work hand-in-hand to solve computationally complex problems that classical computers can’t handle quickly enough by themselves.
          •  There is no consensus on the exhaustive set of problems that quantum computers will be able to tackle, but research is concentrated on the following types of computational problems:
            • Simulation: Simulating processes that occur in nature and are difficult or impossible to characterize and understand with classical computers today.
            • Optimization: Using quantum algorithms to identify the best solution among a set of feasible options.
            • Machine learning (ML): Identifying patterns in data to train ML algorithms. 
            • Cryptography: Breaking traditional encryption and enabling stronger encryption standards, as we detailed in a recent report.
          Opportunity, What is quantum computing? Everything you need to know about the strange world of quantum computers, ZDNet

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