Challenges for Quantum Computing

Oct. 17, 2022
Classiq Technologies' Erik Garcell weighs in on who exactly the technology should be taught to, among other questions.


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In this interview, Erik Garcell, the technology marketing manager for Classiq Technologies, a quantum-computing company, addresses some of the questions and challenges that must be addressed for the technology to become widespread. For example, should quantum computing be taught to grad students in science, math and engineering? To undergrads? Maybe even high schoolers? Are there even enough qualified individuals who can teach the topic? And will quantum computers always be large, require cryogenic temperatures and vacuums, and cost millions of dollars?

This is the third of a four-part video series. Part 1 can be found here, Part 2 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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