Demystifying Quantum Computing: A Business Leader's Course

This course is designed to equip managers and business leaders with a solid understanding of quantum computing, its potential impact, and how it can revolutionize various industries. We’ll avoid getting bogged down in complex physics and instead focus on the practical applications of this revolutionary technology.

What you’ll learn?

Module 1: Demystifying Quantum Computing

  • The Limits of Classical Computers: We’ll begin by using an analogy to illustrate the limitations of traditional computers. Imagine managing a complex supply chain – classical computers struggle with exponentially growing data sets.
  • Introducing Qubits: A New Way to Process Information: Here, we’ll introduce the concept of qubits, the building blocks of quantum computers. We’ll explain how qubits can be in multiple states simultaneously (superposition), allowing for a massive increase in processing power.
  • Key Benefits of Quantum Computing: This section will highlight the key advantages of quantum computers: solving complex problems exponentially faster, simulating molecules for advanced material science, and breaking current encryption methods.

Module 2: The Quantum Investment Landscape

  • The Rise of Quantum Investment: Begin by discussing the increasing interest in quantum computing from venture capitalists, private equity firms, and large technology corporations. Briefly explain the potential return on investment (ROI) for companies that invest in this nascent field.
  • Private Sector Investments: Provide real-world examples of significant private investments in quantum computing companies or research projects. You can mention specific deals or the creation of quantum-focused investment funds.
  • Government Funding: Highlight the role of government funding in advancing quantum computing research and development. Discuss initiatives by countries like the US, India, and the EU to support quantum research and development. © 2024 Artificial Brain Tech INC. All rights reserved
  • Potential Implications for Businesses: Explore how the growing investment landscape can impact businesses. This could include increased access to quantum computing resources, partnerships with leading companies, and potential talent acquisition opportunities.

Module 3: Quantum Computing in Action – Business Applications

  • Industry-Specific Use Cases: We’ll delve into specific use cases relevant to your target audience’s industry. For example, in finance, we’ll explore how quantum computing can optimize investment portfolios and identify hidden risks.
  • From Disruption to Opportunity: Here, we’ll discuss how quantum computing will disrupt current business models while creating entirely new opportunities. We’ll encourage participants to think strategically about how their companies can leverage this technology.
  • Interactive Case Studies: This section will feature interactive case studies showcasing how leading companies like Mastecard, EON, and others are utilizing quantum computing. Participants will analyze the specific problems these companies are tackling and the potential business impact.

Module 4: Navigating the Quantum Landscape

  • The Quantum Industry Today: We’ll provide a high-level overview of the current quantum computing landscape. This will include major players, key partnerships, and the expected timeline for broader adoption of the technology.
  • Market Size and Predictions: Here, we’ll explore the current market size and future predictions for quantum computing. Estimates suggest the global market was valued at around $1.3 billion in 2024, with projections reaching $5.3 billion by 2029 [Market Research Report]. This significant growth highlights the increasing interest and investment in this field.
  • Staying Ahead of the Curve: This section will equip participants with resources to stay informed about the latest developments in quantum computing. We’ll provide a curated list of articles, documentaries, and online resources for further exploration.
  • Major Vendors in Quantum Computing: This section will provide a high-level overview of the leading vendors in the quantum computing space, such as IBM, Google, Microsoft, Amazon Braket, and D-Wave. We’ll discuss their areas of focus (e.g., gate-based vs. annealing) and their contributions to the development of quantum technologies. Also, will discuss companies providing Quantum Software such as Artificial Brain, Multiverse Computing, etc.
All are welcome to attend the course, regardless of experience.
About The Trainer

Jitesh Lalwani, CEO of Artificial Brain, brings over 15 years of experience in mobile development, AI/ML, and quantum computing. He led successful multi-million euro projects, managed recruitment for 100+ engineers, and oversaw a team of 60+ engineers.

Notable achievements: ‘FreeCallApp,’ enabling free calling over 2G in India, and ‘quantumcat,’ an open-source quantum computing library for advanced algorithms.