September 21, 2023

Why the US, Japan and South Korea should take the quantum leap together

Emerging technology cooperation is a key component of the budding trilateral partnership between the United States, Japan and South Korea. One area particularly ripe for meaningful collaboration is quantum information science and technology (QIST).

Beyond boosting business and driving innovation, quantum may also power the next generation of defense technologies.

QIST harnesses the laws of physics to improve the acquisition, transmission and processing of information. It encompasses three primary subfields — computing, communications and sensing — and has many potential applications.

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