Quantum Computing

The exponential powers of imperfect machines


We are reaching the limits of traditional microprocessors. 

Quantum computing taps into a near-mystical level of physics that is very hard for us as humans to wrap our heads around. 

Quantum computers promise to simultaneously sidestep energy and efficiency challenges and solve resource-intensive problems like natural language processing, prediction, and machine vision.

Learn about the current state of quantum computing, its potential applications, and when to apply traditional binary computing vs. quantum. 

Learning Outcomes
  • Unlearning binary computing
  • The ticking clock on microprocessor innovation
  • What quantum computing is
  • When to use a quantum vs. binary computer
  • Practical applications of quantum computing
  • Current limits of quantum computing



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