“I strip away one layer at a time until I have one core concept,” says Chris Ferrie, the new quantum education adviser for Q-CTRL.
If you can write a series of board books about physics for toddlers, you’ve got the right experience for explaining quantum computing to business leaders.
Quantum physics professor Chris Ferrie is the new quantum education adviser for Q-CTRL, a company that specializes in controls for quantum computing. Q-CTRL improves hardware performance and accelerates pathways to useful quantum computers and other technologies.
A recent survey of TechRepublic readers found that most people have limited understanding of the