APPLICATIONS & USE CASES
Quantum computing can make a significant impact on a diverse range of vertical industries and cross-cutting domains. Below are some examples:
Enhance renewable energy optimisation and accelerate the development of biofuels.
Accelerate manufacturing in the automotive and aerospace industries with a range of use cases from materials to logistics.
Improve generative modelling and maximise investment strategies.
Advance encryption, optimise logistics and enhance simulations for strategic planning.
Optimise network configurations and traffic routing and improve data analysis, signal processing and data compression.
Healthcare & Life Sciences
Enable faster drug discovery and personalised medicine, improve diagnostics and create more accurate simulations of biological systems.
AI is pervasive in every industry and organisation. Machine learning models continue to push the boundaries of computational performance and quantum will be a key enabler.
Quantum computing will have a profound impact on cybersecurity research in areas such as vehicle-to-vehicle communication and secure banking.
Quantum computing holds significant potential for benefitting the field of chemistry, from quantum simulation, drug discovery and molecule design to quantum chemistry algorithms.
The HPC community is already one of the first primary adopters of quantum computing. The application of classical and quantum computing, along with AI and machine learning holds the promise to advance simulation and data-intensive use cases.
RELATED ARTICLES AND REPORTS
How quantum will enhance machine learning in finance
Our Head of Machine Learning William Clements wrote an article for Finance Derivative discussing how quantum can enhance machine learning in the financial sector.
Global Defence Technology: Quantum leap, reaping the benefits of early adoption
Our CEO and Co-founder Richard Murray recently had an in-depth interview with Global Defence Technology magazine.
Informa Connect: Quantum machine learning with near-term quantum computing
Our Head of Machine Learning, William Clements, wrote an article for Informa Connect discussing the progress of near-term quantum computers.
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