What is “Quantum?”

How can Schrödinger’s cat be both alive and dead? What is Heisenberg so uncertain about? Why did Einstein say “God does not play dice with the universe?” Are Quantum Computers something we can build in the near term?

Watch this space to learn answers to these questions and follow developments in Quantum Computing. Click below to hear a recent interview.


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