Originally posted here:
Observations from the Chicago Quantum Summit, and Quantum Engineering, The Next Technological Space Race, hosted by the University of Chicago, and organized by the Chicago Quantum Exchange (CQE)
It was insightful and pragmatic. Different groups are shared their approaches, progress, requirements and views of the challenges to accelerate the advancement of Quantum Information Science and Quantum Computing. I left with an understanding of the ‘State of the Union’ on quantum computing and with a belief that Chicagoland is a hub of quantum innovation.
Key points I jotted down during the main event:
In the second article I will cover recount the individual sessions. In the third article I will share my own conclusions, implications, and what it could mean for the general public.
Strategic IT Management Consultant with a strong interest in Quantum Computing. Consulting for 29 years and this looks as interesting as cloud computing was in 2010.