December 12, 2017

Quantum Technology & National Security

Quantum technologies have the potential to defeat modern crypto-systems and provide otherwise unimaginable computational capabilities. The current strategic-analysis landscape for quantum technology is obscured in part by aggressive marketing and the overall complexity of the field, however. On November 28, 2017, Professor Michael J. Biercuk cut through the hype to explain quantum technology, its promise, and the reality of the state-of-the-art.

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