114: Quantum Computing: Oofda! with Alexander Braun of Duesseldorf University of Applied SciencesPublished April 26, 2022
Run time: 00:58:15
If the term quantum computing has you uttering "Oofda", this episode is for you.
Tim Bornholdt chats with Alexander Braun, Professor of Physics at Duesseldorf University of Applied Sciences, about how to understand current and future capabilities of quantum computers.
In this episode, you will learn:
- Why you can’t define quantum computing in 5 minutes (or even in an hour long podcast for that matter)
- How the speed of computing systems is measured and why it matters when it comes to understanding quantum computers
- The three categories of applications that are feasible for quantum computing
- What Tim considers frame-worthy
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Recorded February 8, 2022 | Edited by Jordan Daoust | Produced by Jenny Karkowski
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Factfulness by Hans Rosling | https://www.amazon.com/Factfulness-Reasons-World-Things-Better/dp/1250107814
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