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A Quantum Challenge: Building a Skilled Workforce

20
August
,
2021
Jeffrey Burt, The New Stack

There’s a lot of momentum building up around quantum computing. Big, established companies like IBM, Microsoft, Google and Honeywell are putting their vast resources behind the drive to reach true quantum computing and an array of smaller pure-play startups are rapidly cropping up around them, armed with expertise and a growing amount of funding.

However, the acceleration in the quantum computing space and the growing number of companies, universities and government agencies that are pushing this wheel are driving the industry into the same problems that other market segments — think cybersecurity and data science — have hit: a skills shortage.

Our CTO, Dr. Yehuda Naveh, was interviewed for his front-row perspective.

Read the full article on The New Stack

There’s a lot of momentum building up around quantum computing. Big, established companies like IBM, Microsoft, Google and Honeywell are putting their vast resources behind the drive to reach true quantum computing and an array of smaller pure-play startups are rapidly cropping up around them, armed with expertise and a growing amount of funding.

However, the acceleration in the quantum computing space and the growing number of companies, universities and government agencies that are pushing this wheel are driving the industry into the same problems that other market segments — think cybersecurity and data science — have hit: a skills shortage.

Our CTO, Dr. Yehuda Naveh, was interviewed for his front-row perspective.

Read the full article on The New Stack

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