Quantum computing is rapidly advancing in the field of computer science, but the industry has yet to fully embrace the technology.
Now, one company, Quantum Computing, is hoping to change that with its latest announcement.
The company is currently using quantum computing to create a computer headset for those who suffer from a variety of neurological conditions, and it plans to start using the technology in hospitals and other medical facilities.
This news comes at a time when many other startups are also working to solve some of the health care problems that face the healthcare industry.
One example is a headset that can record heart rate and oxygen saturation, as well as an EEG device that can detect seizures and other neurological conditions.
Quantum computing and the health sector are often lumped together, so the news that the company will use quantum computing in healthcare is exciting news.
However, it’s important to note that Quantum Computing is not alone in its ambitions to solve these problems.
Companies like Intel and IBM have already announced plans to make use of quantum computing, and the technology is being used by some big names.
For example, IBM announced that it will start using quantum computers to create quantum sensors in the healthcare sector.
In this interview with Ars, Quantum Computers CEO and co-founder Mark Mihalcevic discusses the company’s vision, and what it’s looking to achieve.