In this episode – the first of a two-parter – I’m joined by Oliver Cronk to talk to Denis Mandich, CTO of Qrypt, a company that creates quantum-secure encryption products. Denis is also a physicist and has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to Quantum Computing.
Our conversation covers the physics that underpins this technology, including the strange concepts of superposition and entanglement. We cover the practical aspects of cloud-based Quantum Computers and what can be achieved today through circuit design. Finally, we look to the future to discuss the impact this breakthrough technology is likely to have.
You can listen to part two here.
Links from the podcast:
Qrypt – the company where Denis is CTO
Quantum Fields: The Real Building Blocks of the Universe – a fantastic lecture from the Royal Institution that gives a detailed, yet accessible, introduction to Quantum physics
Einstein’s “Spooky Action at a Distance” Paradox Older Than Thought – some good background on the Einstein quote
Qiskit – IBM’s open source toolkit for creating quantum circuits
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