In the past couple of years Quantum Computing has really come into the foreground as an area of research and practicality in solving modern problems that traditional computers cannot.
I’ve started to discuss this at conferences I keynote as part of what I am calling the ‘Exponential 7’ – Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Renewables, Personalized Medicine, Nanotechnology, and Quantum Computing. I wanted to bring together some references for you to read so that you can learn more.
Quantum Computers Explained – Limits of Human Technology
Quantum Computing 2017 Update
Institute for Quantum Computing – Pushing Computational Limits
Google and NASA’s Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab
Quantum AI The New Frontier In Artificial Intelligence
Towards Quantum Supremacy with Pre-Fault-Tolerant Devices