Breakthroughs in quantum computing keep coming – the latest quantum processor designed by Google has solved a complex mathematical calculation in less than four minutes; the most advanced conventional computers would require 10,000 years to get to an answer. Here’s the problem though: even as scientists perfect the quantum computing hardware, there aren’t many people with the expertise to make use of it, particularly in real-life settings.
Joe Fitzsimons, the founder of Horizon Quantum Computing, believes he is well-placed to help here. Fitzsimons left academia in 2018 following years of research at Oxford University and the Quantum Information and Theory group in Singapore, spotting an opportunity. “We’re building the tools
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