In this video from TechCrunch, D-Wave CEO Vern Brownell discusses the company’s progress in quantum computing.
My one kind of disappointment I might have… there are very few investors today who are willing to invest in world-changing technologies, and it’s really going to have a large impact on the world. Not that game companies and other great companies like Twitter and Facebook don’t change the way we all operate. But there’s a real lack of ground-breaking kind of research and things that take more than a few years to develop, and hardware companies, and things like that. It’s kind of disappointing to see. I hope the pendulum swings back the other way at some point, where it becomes more in vogue to do more of this science-based research, because it’s really important for us to transform science into technology.
For more on how quantum computing can be a new resource for HPC, check out our RichReport Slidecast with D-Wave’s Colin Williams.