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Europe’s uncertain path to quantum computing supremacy

This article features an interview with Joe Fitzsimons, the CEO and founder of Horizon Quantum Computing. At the TNW conference on June 16, Fitzsimons will speak at a session entitled, “Is Quantum Computing the Future of Finance?” To see the talk — and all the other action at Europe’s leading tech festival — buy a ticket here.

Quantum computing is devilishly complicated to commercialize. Despite claims that it will Save the planet And cure cancerreal-world applications have yet to live out of the hype.

For startups, this offers both promise and danger. It’s ominous that practical use cases don’t emerge for years — if at all. But when they do occur, the potential applications and revenues are unimaginable — and untapped.

With untold riches beckoning, budding industry leaders are willing to play the long game.

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“With quantum computing, there’s no real benefit today,” Joe Fitzsimons, CEO and founder of Horizon Quantum Computing says TNW.

“It’s a milestone coming up – and hopefully quite soon – but we haven’t reached that point yet. For everyone in space, it is still about driving as much technological progress as possible.”

Fitzsimons has pushed this progression throughout his career. After a baby step into the quantum realm at Oxford University, Fitzsimons moved to Singapore for a period in quantum research, before moving from academia to industry.

Fitzsimons (right) and Si-Hui Tan, Chief Science Officer at Horizon Quantum Computing