Collaboration Among All Nations Will Push Quantum Computing
Experts Cite Need for International Collaboration to Advance Quantum Computing
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+ President Trump signed a law in December to authorize $1.2 billion in funding for quantum computing research and development over the next five years.
“What I can say is that by choosing to maintain a leadership role and to work with international collaborators and to cooperate across the world, we have the opportunity to realize that and it’s up to us to maintain that strength,” Jake Taylor, assistant director for quantum information science in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
+ Taylor said his team plans to participate in a workshop to find ways on how to expand collaboration with the European Union over the summer, and is working to integrate economic growth opportunities into quantum policies.
Source: ExecutiveGov. Jane Edwards, Experts Cite Need for International Collaboration to Advance Quantum Computing…
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