Programming Languages for Quantum Computing

Oct. 13, 2022
Getting up to speed with quantum technology may become a lot easier.


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It’s Time to Get Started on Quantum Computing

If you want to write a program today for a quantum computer, you need a good understanding of how quantum technology works. But that should change over the next five years, according to Erik Garcell, the technology marketing manager for Classiq Technologies, a company that has built a software platform that helps engineering teams develop quantum-computer programs.

In this interview he explains that computer experts are developing software languages that will simplify programming quantum computers and that there will undoubtedly be several, with two or three becoming “standards.”

This is the second of a four-part video series. Part 1 can be found here, Part 3 here and Part 4 here.

To read more from Erik Garcell on this topic, check out “It’s Time to Get Started on Quantum Computing.

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