We see 8 billion reasons to build a quantum supercomputer
Our growing global footprint of 8 billion people requires new innovations to reverse climate change and address food insecurity. Throughout history, materials advancements – from the stone age to the silicon age – has shaped human progress. Scientists are on a mission to drive new discoveries that will solve the hardest problems humanity faces. This is why we are pushing the boundaries of physics to engineer the technologies that empower scientists to innovate at scale, with speed.