Computing’s quantum shift


An interview of NEASQC’s project director Cyril Allouche in Horizon, the EU’s Research and Innovation magazine.

With the race to build a new generation of computers heating up, European companies are eyeing the game-changing opportunities.

At some point in the future, the medicines that people take for everything from a simple cold to a complex disease like Parkinson’s might result from a discovery made using quantum computers.

These machines, which rely on the principles of quantum physics to outperform the fastest classical computers, are widely expected to spur the development of new drugs with the potential for major improvements in healthcare. […]

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