Quantum computing: ready for prime time?

Central banks should add QC to their strategic planning, despite it being a work in progress

Quantum computing

Quantum computing (QC) is heralded as the next breakthrough technology when it comes to making significant gains in computational speed, and the capacity to handle large data sets and complex computations over current computers.

QC is based on certain physical phenomena of elementary particles of matter that were described by physicists about 100 years ago. Many of the famous names in physics of the time, such as Heisenberg, Schrödinger, Planck, Bohr and others, contributed to the discovery of

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