Quantum Computing Inc. announces the appointment of Dr. Brian LaMacchia to its Technical Advisory Board. As quantum computing advances, the need for quantum-resistant public-key cryptography becomes more urgent. Photonic quantum systems are proving to be the most promising, and QCI is the most developed participant in this discipline.
Quantum computing is no longer a thing of the future. It is happening now, and it is happening fast. With the recent announcement of Dr. Brian LaMacchia's appointment to Quantum Computing Inc.'s Technical Advisory Board, the quantum computing industry is taking a big step forward towards securing the future of our digital world. As quantum computing advances, the need for quantum-resistant public-key cryptography becomes more urgent. The US government has already announced its first set of quantum-resistant cryptographic algorithms for standardization, and they, along with foreign governments and industry, are now actively working on updating widely used security protocols to include these new algorithms. Advances in quantum computing are accelerating, and photonic quantum systems are proving to be the most promising. With their speed, complex solving capabilities, and ability to execute within a conventional environment, photonic quantum technologies offer significant security advancements. QCI is the most developed participant in this discipline, and their full-stack photonic-based quantum computing and solutions company is leading the charge towards a more secure digital world. As a quantum computing evangelist, I urge everyone to pay attention to this rapidly advancing technology. The country that takes the lead in quantum information systems will have technological and economic advantages over the rest of the world for the next half century. It is time to embrace the future and invest in the development of quantum computing and quantum-resistant cryptography. The future is now, and it is time to act.