News and Views

Apr 06 2020   -  Bloomberg

PsiQuantum’s photon-based model is still years away, but the company says it’ll be more powerful than Google’s or IBM’s.

Building the world’s first useful quantum computer

Apr 06 2020   -  Jeremy O'Brien, CEO at PsiQuantum

Quantum computing may be the most profoundly world-changing technology uncovered to date - it could bring about revolutionary, urgently needed transformations in climate, energy and healthcare. The only outstanding question is this: How do you build such a machine?

Palo Alto quantum computing startup scores $215M to take on Google, IBM

Apr 06 2020   -  Silicon Valley Business Journal

PsiQuantum Corp. on Monday said it raised $215 million to help it develop a commercial quantum computer more powerful than machines being developed by Google, IBM, Honeywell, and a host of startups and university labs.

Davos 2020 - The Quantum Potential

Jan 21 2020   -  World Economic Forum

'The Innovator' founder and editor Jennifer L. Schenker in conversation with Jeremy O'Brien, CEO at PsiQuantum, and Scott Aaronson, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin.

Dec 17 2019   -  World Economic Forum Annual Meeting - Jeremy O'Brien, CEO at PsiQuantum

Imagine being able to cheaply and easily “suck” carbon directly out of our atmosphere. Such a capability would be hugely powerful in the fight against climate change and advance us towards the ambitious global climate goals set.
Surely that’s science fiction? Well, maybe not. Quantum computing may be just the tool we need to design such a clean, safe and easy-to-deploy innovation.

Useful Quantum Computing

Dec 06 2019   -  Pete Shadbolt, Co-Founder at PsiQuantum

IEEE ICRC 2019 meeting: Pete Shadbolt talks about what’s possible in quantum processing and how it can be improved to provide more useful functionality.

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