Quantum computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are going to be two of the most disruptive fields of technological innovation over the next decade. Yet many organisations are underestimating and unprepared for the potential gains quantum computing will bring.

In this report we will explore the latest developments in the field of quantum computing, the growing supplier landscape, challenges surrounding scale and skills, practical examples of getting value from quantum solutions, and the potential impact of the convergence of quantum computing with AI, a prospect that may be closer than you think.

TechMarketView has also partnered with the Surrey Institute for People-Centred Artificial Intelligence to bring a unique perspective from academia. Dr Andrew Rogoyski, Director of Innovation shares his views on the skills we will need in the future and how to cultivate the right talent.

Report highlights

Quantum computing is a rapidly emerging technology that promises to revolutionise the way we process and store data, and in doing so accelerate problem solving and computational analysis.

  • The UK has been a hotbed for quantum development, with notable UK start-ups and significant investments from managed services providers
  • Quantum technologies are recognised as one of the UK government's five critical technologies with £2.5bn of funding already committed.
  • The convergence of AI and quantum may accelerate both fields, with areas like quantum machine learning already being explored.

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Simon Baxter - Principal Analyst, TechMarketView

Lead researcher in Cybersecurity, Quantum, and Artificial Intelligence. With over 12 years of experience in IT market research and analysis, Simon helps organisations harness emerging technologies for digital transformation.

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Dr Andrew Rogoyski - Director of Innovation, The Surrey Institute for People-Centred AI

With a background in physics and extensive experience in AI, image processing, and cybersecurity, Dr Rogoyski offers valuable insights on the skills needed for the future of quantum computing.

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