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WHAT IS QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY?
At the smallest physical scale, the laws of physics differ from our daily life. Atoms and photons are governed by different physical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement. Despite quantum physics already being around us (lasers, transistors, GPS), researchers just became able to control these phenomena at an unprecedented level, and started to think on the next step which will impact our future: the second quantum revolution.
The emerging field of quantum technologies encompasses four application areas, namely quantum communication, quantum simulation, quantum computing, and quantum metrology and sensing. Some of the new improvements that quantum technology promises are more reliable navigation and timing systems and more secure communications.
Quantum computing algorithms can be applied in several sectors, such as material science, healthcare, and financial markets.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
Quantum technologies are going to revolutionise our society and our businesses. As we are still in the early development phase of this emerging technology, there will be disruptive applications that we are not even starting to envision yet. There is a vast list of opportunities already identified, but, as with any other emerging technology, ethical implications shall also consider the risks.
In the field of quantum technologies, a global risk could be the unjust beneficial distribution of the technology. For example, imagine that just one country in the world (or one company) builds a very powerful quantum computer, able to solve problems of huge complexity.
Should this computer be used to help society as a whole to treat global problems, such as climate change, resources distribution, or vaccine development, or should this computer be used for whatever the owner, being a nation or a company, wishes to use it for, say for military purposes? These are just a few examples of the implications new quantum technologies could have on the planet.
Dr. Araceli Venegas Gomez
Founder & CEO QURECA
(Quantum Resources & Careers)
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TAAL and QURECA are thrilled to join forces to help people harness the power of new technologies.
Enhance your quantum knowledge by joining this online course especially designed for a non-technical audience.
QUANTUM FOR EVERYONE
THE QUANTUM COURSE FOR NON-TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS.
Duration: 4 weeks (2-3h/week)
Basics of Quantum Computing
Quantum computing as a service.
Superposition, entanglement and interference.
Roadmap to the future.
Quantum Computing Use Cases
Simulation, optimization and machine learning.
Applications in chemistry and pharma.
Applications in finance and insurance.
Applications in transportation and energy.
Cryptography basic principles.
Case study – blockchain technology.
Quantum resistant algorithms.
Case study – a hybrid quantum-classical communication network.
Quantum risk assessment.
National initiatives and private funding.
Customers and providers.
Taking your first step.
Example roles of a quantum team.
Accessing training resources.
Normal price £400
Students get 75% discount!
To enroll just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling them you come from taal project and you'll get your student discount code.