Bank of Canada’s Maryam Haghighi on quantum computing in central banks

The director of data science talks about post-quantum encryption, payments simulation and optimisation problems

Quantum computing

What do we know about how quantum particles behave, and what has your experience been working on technology that is based on a phenomenon that we do not fully understand?

Quantum computers are machines that exploit quantum physics phenomena to solve mathematical problems that are otherwise difficult to solve with conventional or classical computers. And this is nothing new. This has existed for a while, but recently there have been a lot of advances in this field. These advances have enabled us

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