• jarnMod

    After session quiz.
    Name the 3 breakthroughs explained in this session.

    Look, my point is, this is a good session but I think it does not take into account how people consume info on the medium it was advertised on. In the end, I learned more about quantum mechanics than Microsoft contributions on it. May be you should just provide a list at the end. You know, remind the viewer about what is great, and what is special.

  • Kempton Lam

    Big thanks to Dr. Krysta Svore (and Jeremy) for a very informative session. I've added this video to my crash course list of "Quantum Computing" videos that I've been listening/watching in loops! I'm currently scheduled to attend some lectures, so I'm seriously brushing up on my QC stuff to make myself look less like an idiot than I normally am. 🙂
    P.S. As a video that built as an intro about Quantum Computing plus MSFT's contributions to the field, may I be frank and make a suggestion? Part of me thinks like a computer scientist (instead of an MBA) and feels Krysta could/should have mentioned those working QCs. Yes, I mean those D-Wave 2000-Qubits Quantum Computers just for the sake of completeness. Correct me if I'm wrong, when MSFT/IBM, etc etc are years away from working QCs, not mentioning working Quantum Computers actually exist NOW, to me, kinda turn this otherwise excellent informative video into merely a MSFT marketing video. I expect more from MSFT. To me, science, computer science and facts must come before marketing.


    amazing …so the gen Sequencing will be solved in fraction of second ohhhhhh , this will revolutionize health care and this what I was thinking about long long time ago , well done

  • Naimul Haq

    The binary states of 0 and 1 can be divided into many qubits, storing and computing many problems simultaneously. Our brain employs QC resulting in simulation of intelligence and consciousness.

  • BetterSynthesis

    what are the computational limits of the topological qubit? is it limited to annealing and optimization problems like the dwave or does it open the full theoretical spectrum of q computing?

  • Dariusz Kajtoch

    How do you know the topological qubit is so robust against noise, if it wasn't obtained experimentally? It is pure theory.

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