What does quantum computing actually enable? Who’s pioneering its development? What does the future of AI look like?
The ‘Age of AI’ has already begun. But it’s two minutes past midnight, and the clock will have moved on significantly by 2030. Quantum computing could catalyse changes in AI and in other fields that are almost beyond imagination. This creates huge opportunity and also immense threat – a new wave of disruption’s which will affect every company on earth.
Watch this animated infographic for a glimpse of what the future might look like:
Artificial intelligence is nothing new: machines have been able to make decisions autonomously for decades. However, the sophistication of the decisions they’re able to take, and the speed and accuracy at which this can happen has increased at a lightning pace recently – and this pace of change will increase to 2030.
We’ve spoken with market experts and leading strategy consultants to gain a better view of how these trends might develop in practice. Hear their perspectives in this short video:
What is generative AI?
‘Generative AI’ is an increasingly discussed concept – and one which will also become more significant over the next decade. But what, exactly, does this term mean? Jon Turpin, and Engagement Manager at White Space Strategy, explains it succinctly in this video:
Opportunities & actions
How can business leaders begin to prepare for the advance of generative AI, and broader changes relating to artificial intelligence and quantum computing? This market expert video looks at practical considerations relating to people and skillsets, and into how organisations can start thinking about managing ethical risks that will be created by AI:
What do you think’s going to happen, though? What will changes relating to quantum computing and AI mean for customers and companies? And which companies do you think are already leading the way in this area?
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