摘要: Progress is steady, but the technology hasn't matured enough for most enterprises to truly benefit. Here's what needs to happen.

 

 

Eyes are fixed on quantum computing. The president recently announced a goal to double AI spending and quantum computing R&D. Major technology vendors have taken steps to make quantum computers and simulators available to developers to jumpstart the creation of real-world quantum computing applications.

Quantum’s sheer computing power to help solve society’s biggest challenges across industries is indisputable. But what about enterprises? Amidst all the quantum noise, how does an organization know if it should apply -- or even test -- the technology against its goals and challenges? Before we answer those questions, it’s important to consider the maturity of quantum computers today and factors that will speed it up.

Commercial viability

In a 2019 study, BCG concluded that it will be another 10 to 20 years before quantum computers are expected to achieve superior performance in “tasks of genuine industrial significance,” such as R&D for chemicals. To get close to that place, the technology needs to significantly advance.

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