I’ve always wanted to visit Tokyo. Now I'm in this amazing city, with the added bonus of an invite to the 2017 Adiabatic Quantum Computing Conference. Received, I might add, from the amazing Hidetoshi Nishimori (Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology).
Today I'm at BlueYard's Quantum Leap event to discuss "Funding the Quantum Ecosystem" with Siraj Khaliq from Atomico. Shu Nyatta from Softbank. Chris Perry from QuantumX. And my all-time favorite (and fellow Rick and Morty fan), Adam Goldberg (Lightspeed Ventures).
Tonight I'm presenting at the Austin Fintech meet up. Shehzad Bharwani and crew have put together an awesome event. My presentation, called "Innovating In Technology and Quantum Computing," is going to be 70% about my career as an entrepreneur and 30% quantum computing.
I was recently in San Antonio explaining quantum computing to the masses. Now I'm having Déjà vu in Dallas. I've scaled back some of the humor. I've added a couple of animations to explain key concepts like quantum tunneling, superposition, and quantum entanglement.
I was already a huge fan of The Economist's Technology Quarterly. I just wanted to say that up front. But "Here, There And Everywhere," Jason Palmer's piece on quantum computing technology starting to come into its own, is phenomenal. Simply a must read IMHO.
The future of quantum computing should be open source, IMHO. Today I had the honor of speaking at the Linux Foundation's 2017 Open Source Leadership Summit. I joined my friends Jim Zemlin, Linus Torvald, Brian Behlendorf, and Mike Dolan, in Lake Tahoe for this vital meeting.
Hello, Quantum World! I'm kicking off the new year in a superposition, and I'm all in on quantum computing. Wait, what is quantum computing? I have been watching this new field from the sidelines for years now with growing excitement. I believe this technology will change the world.