‘Invest in Quantum Computing’ – HBS Alumni Angels of London online education event
The next HBSAAL educational event entitled ‘Invest Quantum Computing’ will take place online on December 1st.
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Quantum computing is a technology that always seems five years away from living up to the hype.
How close are we really to major breakthroughs in quantum computing? And what are the investment opportunities in quantum computing today?
Join our expert panel discussion moderated by John Thornhill, #FT innovation Editor. The panel will include Ilana Wisby, CEO of Oxford Quantum Circuits, Heather Higgins ; Executive Director for IBM‘s Quantum Consulting Global Center of Competency ; and Alex van Someren FIET, Managing Partner at Amadeus Capital Partners with investments in Nu Quantum and Riverlane, a quantum software company.
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Thank you for your interest in HBS Alumni Angels of London, and we look forward to seeing you on 1st December 2020.
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