What if a Quantum Computing aficionado with expertise in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning talked to a security expert interested in how Quantum Computing already impacts the world?
Materials Science with Dr Prineha Narang of Harvard University
In Episode 34, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Dr Prineha Narang, Assistant Professor of Computational Materials Science at Harvard University.
Among other topics, the team discuss fundamental science, materials science, repeater applications, and scalable Quantum networks.
Alan Grau Speaks With Entangled Things
In Episode 33, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Alan Grau, Vice President of Business Development at PQShield. Among other topics, the team discuss emerging standards, the impact of quantum computing on cryptography, and how the security industry is adapting to future threats from quantum computers.
Bob Coecke Speaks with Entangled Things
In Episode 32, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Bob Coecke, Chief Scientist at Quantinuum.
Among other topics, the team discuss the limitations of traditional natural language processing, how quantum natural language processing can be used in the future, and what problems it can solve.
Tim Hollebeek Speaks With Entangled Things
In Episode 31, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Tim Hollebeek, Industry Technology Strategist at DigiCert.
The team discuss symmetric and asymmetric cryptography, the future landscape of post quantum cryptography, and the coexistence of classical and quantum based computing systems.
Andrew Lord Speaks With Entangled Things
In Episode 30, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Andrew Lord of British Telecom.
The team discuss optical technology, photonics over fiber and free space, quantum networks, and international motivations for quantum research.
Dr. Sebastian Weidt Speaks With Entangled Things
In Episode 29, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Dr. Sebastian Weidt of the Universal Quantum.
The team discuss the challenges of engineering and developing a million Qubit Quantum system, error correction, and scaling towards distributed quantum computing.