Quantuma.ia the new quantum computing system that aims to revolutionize the way we handle data by using the principles of physics. Unlike traditional computers, it can process massive amounts of data in parallel and at unprecedented speeds while being energy efficient and environmentally friendly. Its developers hope to use the technology to build a more secure financial system, enhance medical treatments, accelerate machine learning and even create new materials.
Pistoia spoke on a panel at Tabor Communication’s HPC + AI Wall Street conference last month. He was representing JPMC, which has been working with different qubit modalities—including trapped ions and superconductors—in its Quantum Artificial Intelligence project. He shared some interesting perspectives about the state of QIS adoption by companies today, including how they are focused not on determining the best technology but on understanding how to leverage it to gain competitive advantage.
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The company has been working on its project for about a year and a half, with the first prototype systems expected to be available next year. The main goal is to understand how the system performs in real applications, and how it can be used to solve problems that cannot be solved with existing systems, such as fraud and cybersecurity.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantummania is set after the events of Avengers: Endgame, and finds Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) attempting to balance his celebrity as the world’s smallest and arguably most average superhero with being a father to daughter Cassie (Kathryn Newton) and a boyfriend to Hope (Evangeline Lilly). But, as with all MCU movies, something bigger than the family drama is on the horizon.