[Interview] Quantum Computing 101 for investors | Tim Byrnes NYU Quantum Technology Lab
Updated: Jul 12
After I published my article about Silicon Quantum Computing, I wanted to dive deeper into the topic and get some insights from someone with more knowledge about this interesting technology.
In my Interview with Associate Professor Tim Byrnes, NYU Quantum Technology Lab we talk about Quantum Computing, business applications, silicon quantum computing vs superconducting qubits, what picks and shovels plays I could research to get exposure to Quantum Computing and much more.
Sorry for the bad audio on my side. I have ordered a new mic now :)
Tim has a great YouTube channel, where he discusses interesting topics around Quantum Computing with his colleagues: https://www.youtube.com/@NYUQuantumTechnologyLab
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