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PsiQuantum CEO Jeremy O’Brien outlines how, by the middle of this decade, PsiQuantum will have completely stood up all the manufacturing lines and processes necessary to begin assembling a final machine: a fault-tolerant, error-corrected quantum computer with hundreds of logical qubits and billions of gates.

Will Quantum Computing Ever Live Up to Its Hype?

Apr 20 2021   -  Scientific American

One expert warns that the field is overpromising, while another says his firm is on the verge of building “useful” machines.

PsiQuantum is one of a group of leading start-ups in quantum computing. With a more pragmatic approach than its peers, the company hopes to build the world's first 'useful' quantum computer.

Quantum computing: Believe the hype

Mar 01 2021   -  Investment Monitor

Quantum computing is now entering the commercial sphere, and given its potential impact on everything from climate change to medical research, no business can afford to ignore it.

Feb 03 2021   -  Harvard Business Review

Jeremy O’Brien, CEO of PsiQuantum, joins Azeem Azhar to explore the exponential advantage quantum computing will bring to problems across science and industry, and talks about how he’s using photonics to build the first productive quantum computer.

Fusion-based Quantum Computation (FBQC)

Jan 22 2021   -  Cornell University Paper

An introduction to fusion-based quantum computing (FBQC) - a model of universal quantum computation in which entangling measurements, called fusions, are performed on the qubits of small constant-sized entangled resource states.

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