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The Stock2Me Podcast is your source for the latest news and updates on market trends and movers in high-profile industry sectors. We’ll keep you in the loop regarding the companies on our watchlist and provide in-depth information about the inner workings and eccentricities of the ever-evolving North American markets.

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The Stock2Me Podcast is your source for the latest news and updates on market trends and movers in high-profile industry sectors. We’ll keep you in the loop regarding the companies on our watchlist and provide in-depth information about the inner workings and eccentricities of the ever-evolving North American markets.

    Stock2Me Podcast featuring Dr. Alan Baratz, CEO of D-Wave Quantum Inc.

    Stock2Me Podcast featuring Dr. Alan Baratz, CEO of D-Wave Quantum Inc.

    Stock2Me’s latest podcast features Dr. Alan Baratz, CEO of D-Wave Quantum Inc. (NYSE: QBTS), a leader in quantum computing systems, software and services that delivers customer value via practical quantum applications for computationally complex problems such as factory planning, resource allocation, job shop scheduling, labor allocation, vehicle routing, artificial intelligence, drug discovery, financial modeling and more.
    During the interview, Dr. Baratz discussed his journey to becoming the CEO of D-Wave, provided an introduction to quantum computing and offered perspectives on D-Wave’s leadership in driving the commercial adoption of this emerging technology.
    “Quantum computing is nothing more than using quantum mechanical effects – things like superposition, entanglement or tunneling – to solve computationally hard problems faster or better than they can be solved using classical computers. Quantum computing can be applied to both revolutionary applications, like developing designer drugs or global weather modeling, and evolutionary applications, like improving employee scheduling or autonomous vehicle routing on manufacturing plant floors. These evolutionary applications are problems that businesses are solving today; it's just that they're computationally so hard that businesses are using heuristics to try to come up with what they hope are ‘good enough’ solutions. With quantum computing, we're able to deliver better solutions faster to those problems.”
    “Quantum computing is crossing the chasm right now, from experimentation to enterprise usage. At D-Wave, we took a different approach to quantum computing from everybody else in the industry; we decided to start with annealing quantum computing. Annealing is a much easier technology to work with, it's easier to scale and much less sensitive to errors. That has allowed us to become commercial today. D-Wave is actually driving adoption in the market with real customers who have applications in production today, helping to benefit their business operations. Nobody else in the quantum industry can say that.”
    Please see full terms of use and disclaimers on the IBN website applicable to all content provided by IBN, wherever published or re-published: https://IBN.fm/Disclaimer
     

    • 17 min
    • video
    Stock2Me Podcast featuring Dr. Alan Baratz, CEO of D-Wave Quantum Inc. [Video Edition]

    Stock2Me Podcast featuring Dr. Alan Baratz, CEO of D-Wave Quantum Inc. [Video Edition]

    Stock2Me’s latest podcast features Dr. Alan Baratz, CEO of D-Wave Quantum Inc. (NYSE: QBTS), a leader in quantum computing systems, software and services that delivers customer value via practical quantum applications for computationally complex problems such as factory planning, resource allocation, job shop scheduling, labor allocation, vehicle routing, artificial intelligence, drug discovery, financial modeling and more.
    During the interview, Dr. Baratz discussed his journey to becoming the CEO of D-Wave, provided an introduction to quantum computing and offered perspectives on D-Wave’s leadership in driving the commercial adoption of this emerging technology.
    “Quantum computing is nothing more than using quantum mechanical effects – things like superposition, entanglement or tunneling – to solve computationally hard problems faster or better than they can be solved using classical computers. Quantum computing can be applied to both revolutionary applications, like developing designer drugs or global weather modeling, and evolutionary applications, like improving employee scheduling or autonomous vehicle routing on manufacturing plant floors. These evolutionary applications are problems that businesses are solving today; it's just that they're computationally so hard that businesses are using heuristics to try to come up with what they hope are ‘good enough’ solutions. With quantum computing, we're able to deliver better solutions faster to those problems.”
    “Quantum computing is crossing the chasm right now, from experimentation to enterprise usage. At D-Wave, we took a different approach to quantum computing from everybody else in the industry; we decided to start with annealing quantum computing. Annealing is a much easier technology to work with, it's easier to scale and much less sensitive to errors. That has allowed us to become commercial today. D-Wave is actually driving adoption in the market with real customers who have applications in production today, helping to benefit their business operations. Nobody else in the quantum industry can say that.”
    Please see full terms of use and disclaimers on the IBN website applicable to all content provided by IBN, wherever published or re-published: https://IBN.fm/Disclaimer

    • 17 min
    • video
    Stock2Me Podcast featuring SenesTech Inc. President & CEO Joel Fruendt [Video Edition]

    Stock2Me Podcast featuring SenesTech Inc. President & CEO Joel Fruendt [Video Edition]

    Stock2Me’s latest podcast features Joel Fruendt, President and CEO of SenesTech Inc. (NASDAQ: SNES), the leader in fertility control to manage animal pest populations.
    To begin the interview, Fruendt provided an introduction to SenesTech’s business model and operating markets.
    “SenesTech is a biotech and life sciences company that develops, patents and commercializes product formulations for fertility control of animal pests. Our mission is improving the health of our world by humanely managing animal pest populations through fertility control,” Fruendt said. “We're addressing one of the world's oldest and most challenging problems, and that's rodent control. We're doing this through a completely different way than has ever been done before by addressing the root cause of the problem, which is reproduction.”

    • 16 min
    Stock2Me Podcast featuring SenesTech Inc. President & CEO Joel Fruendt

    Stock2Me Podcast featuring SenesTech Inc. President & CEO Joel Fruendt

    Stock2Me’s latest podcast features Joel Fruendt, President and CEO of SenesTech Inc. (NASDAQ: SNES), the leader in fertility control to manage animal pest populations.
    To begin the interview, Fruendt provided an introduction to SenesTech’s business model and operating markets.
    “SenesTech is a biotech and life sciences company that develops, patents and commercializes product formulations for fertility control of animal pests. Our mission is improving the health of our world by humanely managing animal pest populations through fertility control,” Fruendt said. “We're addressing one of the world's oldest and most challenging problems, and that's rodent control. We're doing this through a completely different way than has ever been done before by addressing the root cause of the problem, which is reproduction.”

    • 16 min
    Stock2Me Podcast featuring Financial Writer and Journalist M.E. Tuthill

    Stock2Me Podcast featuring Financial Writer and Journalist M.E. Tuthill

    Stock2Me’s latest podcast features M.E. Tuthill, a financial writer and journalist and author of Repo-Madness: A Simpleton’s Guide to the Street’s Wicked Ways, a book aiming to blow the lid off what has come to be known as the shadow banking system.
    To begin the interview, Tuthill discussed her background.
    “I was born and raised outside of Boston, Massachusetts, and I spent the earlier part of my career in broadcasting as a radio journalist. After 10 years of that… I was ready for a change. I decided to take a big leap – and I mean big… I decided to become a financial advisor,” Tuthill said. “I did that for 13 years, and it was a really good experience. I learned a lot about money. Ironically, though, I was in all these brokerage firms, and I knew nothing about what I’m now writing about, which is the huge market and the financial system.”
    “After 13 years, I’d had enough of that… I got a position as a financial writer at iMoneyNet… I wrote articles about money market funds. When I first got the job I thought, ‘Oh this is great, I’ve got a 9-to-5 and a steady paycheck,’ but money market funds weren’t really that exciting to write about. When the financial crisis hit, everything changed. Those funds had such an integral role in what happened. For the next nine years after that happened, I wrote every week and every day about the money market funds and the shadow banking system in general. I got addicted to it; I got hooked on it.”
    Tuthill then provided an introduction to Repo-Madness: A Simpleton’s Guide to the Street’s Wicked Ways by discussing the concept of shadow banking.

    • 24 min
    • video
    Stock2Me Podcast featuring Financial Writer and Journalist M.E. Tuthill [Video Edition]

    Stock2Me Podcast featuring Financial Writer and Journalist M.E. Tuthill [Video Edition]

    Stock2Me’s latest podcast features M.E. Tuthill, a financial writer and journalist and author of Repo-Madness: A Simpleton’s Guide to the Street’s Wicked Ways, a book aiming to blow the lid off what has come to be known as the shadow banking system.
    To begin the interview, Tuthill discussed her background.
    “I was born and raised outside of Boston, Massachusetts, and I spent the earlier part of my career in broadcasting as a radio journalist. After 10 years of that… I was ready for a change. I decided to take a big leap – and I mean big… I decided to become a financial advisor,” Tuthill said. “I did that for 13 years, and it was a really good experience. I learned a lot about money. Ironically, though, I was in all these brokerage firms, and I knew nothing about what I’m now writing about, which is the huge market and the financial system.”
    “After 13 years, I’d had enough of that… I got a position as a financial writer at iMoneyNet… I wrote articles about money market funds. When I first got the job I thought, ‘Oh this is great, I’ve got a 9-to-5 and a steady paycheck,’ but money market funds weren’t really that exciting to write about. When the financial crisis hit, everything changed. Those funds had such an integral role in what happened. For the next nine years after that happened, I wrote every week and every day about the money market funds and the shadow banking system in general. I got addicted to it; I got hooked on it.”
    Tuthill then provided an introduction to Repo-Madness: A Simpleton’s Guide to the Street’s Wicked Ways by discussing the concept of shadow banking.

    • 24 min

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