CHTF experts share insights on quantum computing

News sources:CHTF Organizing Committee Release Date:2024-01-30 15:14

At the 25th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF), experts, scholars, and business leaders shared their insights and had intellectual discussions on the current state and prospects of quantum computing.

Chen Tingyong, vice dean of the Shenzhen Institute of Quantum Science and Engineering (SIQSE), emphasized the need for a second quantum technology revolution driven by the increasing demand for computational power, especially in handling vast amounts of data in the semiconductor chip industry.

Chen Liuping, co-founder and CTO of Qudoor, highlighted the wide applications of quantum computing in finance, logistics, agriculture, healthcare, and industrial manufacturing, underscoring its potential to provide robust computational support for complex industries.

Zhang Hui, vice director of the Technical Committee on Quantum Computation China Computer Federation (CCF) and general manager of Origin Quantum, stressed the importance of education and public awareness in the quantum computing industry, citing the successful organization of the quantum computing programming competition and the growing interest among young talents.

Wang Bo, CEO of Fujitsu (China), discussed Fujitsu's significant technological innovations in quantum computing, including the joint development of a new 64-qubit quantum computer along with Fujitsu's proprietary 40-qubit quantum computing simulator, currently the largest of its kind in the world.