Quantum Computing Futures

Evening Lecture/ 26 May 2020

J. Paul Neeley

J. Paul is a London based designer and researcher with expertise in Speculative Design, Service Design, Design Research, and Strategy.

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December 8, 2020

Quantum computing is an emerging technology that will have dramatic implications for many kinds of computation across industry and society in the future.

In this lecture with Matthew Neeley, PhD in Quantum Physics, and Head of Software at Google's Quantum AI program, you'll get up to speed on the latest technical developments in quantum computing and hear speculations on the value and implications of this new technology in the future. Matthew was part of the Google team that demonstrated Quantum supremacy in the past year, and will be our guide in the the mind bending affordances of potential quantum technologies.

Come explore this critical emerging technology with us.

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