Removing the biggest barrier to quantum adoption: accessibility

Quantum computing promises to solve some of humanity's most pressing challenges, such as accelerating drug discovery and tackling climate change. Its potential to revolutionize various industries and business operations is undeniable: harnessing the principles of quantum mechanics provides computing power far greater than that of today's most advanced supercomputers.

However, the adoption of quantum computing in the real world is still in its early stages. Quantum computers are mainly found in research labs, and their application in the business world remains limited due to how inaccessible quantum computers still are. The accessibility barrier stems from high costs, technical complexity and a steep learning curve, making it challenging for companies to embrace quantum computing.