1. Datafication of our society and rise of big data and business intelligence Like it or not, everything we did in each day, from connect to facebook, WhatsApp, buying coffee, tapping in instagram, email and website search nd browse, what we saw from youtube and other video website, all leaves a trail of data behind.
High frequency trading Out of the many hundreds of algorithms that exist, there are a few that are specifically and maybe even exclusively relevant for the financial services sector, since they address operations related to core business processes of financial institutions. Some algorithms are able to solve large systems of coupled linear equations much faster
The advantages of Quantum Computing It has been shown in theory that a quantum computer will be able to perform any task that a classical computer can. However, this does not necessarily mean that a quantum computer will outperform a classical computer for all types of task. If we use our classical algorithms on a
“In some sense we’ve been doing the same thing for 60 years. The rules we use to compute have not changed – we’re stuck with bits and bytes and logic operations,” Martin Laforest, Senior Manager of Scientific Outreach at the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo in Canada, tells Gizmodo. But that
Quantum technology is set to revolutionize the way we think about health care, medical data, and even our own biology. Why does quantum technology hold so much promise for health care? In part, it’s because many cell processes take place at the nanoscale–the world of atoms and subatomic particles. When you get down to the
Quantum computers will disrupt every industry. They will change the way we do business and the security we have in place to safeguard data, how we fight disease and invent new materials, and solve health and climate problems. As the race to be the first to create a commercially viable quantum computer accelerates, here are