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Slide 1: This is the cover slide of Quantum Computing (IT) pitch deck.
Slide 2: This slide showcases Agenda for Quantum Computing
Slide 3: This is the Table of contents slide that lists out all the elements covered in the deck.
Slide 4: This is the Table of Contents slide that lists out all the elements covered in the deck.
Slide 5: This slide introduces the concept of Quantum computing.
Slide 6: This slide introduces you to Quantum computing and its types.
Slide 7: This slide depicts the meaning of quantum computing and what methods it uses for computation.
Slide 8: This slide represents three categories of quantum computing such as quantum annealer, analog quantum, and universal quantum, and how does each category process data.
Slide 9: This slide defines the layered stack architecture of quantum computing and how data goes through different gates from the application layer to the physical layer.
Slide 10: This slide introduces you to the applications of quantum computing
Slide 11: This slide represents Quantum computing applications in different sectors such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, drug design and development, cyber security, financial modeling, etc.
Slide 12: This slide depicts how quantum computing would be beneficial when using artificial intelligence and machine learning. It also shows that how data is processed in classic machine learning and quantum machine learning.
Slide 13: This slide represents drug design and development through quantum computing and how it would be time-saving and cost-saving for the medical industries.
Slide 14: This slide shows quantum computing in cybersecurity and cryptography and how data will be encrypted through quantum algorithms.
Slide 15: This slide represents the application of quantum computing in financial modeling, and it also depicts how current models are not sufficient for financial services.
Slide 16: This slide defines how quantum computing will be helpful in weather forecasting, and scientists will be able to predict extreme weather conditions in advance.
Slide 17: This slide depicts the logistic optimization through quantum computing and how it would be easy to know about traffic on a particular path in advance.
Slide 18: This slide represents the computation chemistry with quantum computing and how it would enhance the technology to carry out complex molecule experiments without testing on humans or animals.
Slide 19: This slide introduces you to the properties of Quantum behaviour, its need and reasons to invest in Quantum Computing.
Slide 20: This slide depicts the meaning of qubit and how it operates differently than classic bits. It also shows how quantum bits can be in different states at a time.
Slide 21: This slide represents the superposition and entanglement of quantum behavior. It also shows how qubits can correlate with each other even if they are not physically connected.
Slide 22: This slide depicts the difference between quantum and classic computers based on data processing, error rate, and complexity.
Slide 23: This slide comprises different parts that make the quantum computer to working namely super fluids, superconductors, control, superposition, and entanglement.
Slide 24: This slide shows how quantum computers work with qubits and how it performs arithmetic operations and exponential multiplication per qubit and complex tasks quickly.
Slide 25: This slide represents the need for a quantum computer in today’s world. It also defines that how currently used supercomputers are failed or take time to perform real complex problems.
Slide 26: This slide shows three reasons why we need to invest in QC right away; it also shows how different companies in the market are spending on QC.
Slide 27: This slide introduces you to the key requirements for quantum computing
Slide 28: This slide depicts the critical requirements for quantum computing such as long coherence time, high scalability, universal quantum gates, efficient qubit state measurement capability, etc.
Slide 29: This slide defines the long coherence time under essential requirements of quantum computing and how superpositions don’t change when we observe them.
Slide 30: This slide depicts the idea of high scalability in quantum computing which means that quantum computers should be able to process increased demands.
Slide 31: This slide represents the role of high fault tolerance and quantum error correction in quantum computing as qubits are fragile and error-pronend another quantum noise
Slide 32: This slide defines the ability to initialize qubits in a quantum system and how important it is to cool down a quantum framework.
Slide 33: This slide depicts the role of universal quantum gates in a quantum computer, and it also shows the various types of gates used in quantum systems.
Slide 34: This slide depicts that how a quantum computer should be able to measure qubit’s states efficiently and how systems remain in the measured state after measurement.
Slide 35: This slide represents the faithful transmission of flying qubits in quantum computers. It also shows that organizations are expecting to create quantum cryptography that will be helpful in the secure transmission of data.
Slide 36: This slide introduces you to Quantum Supremacy.
Slide 37: This slide defines quantum supremacy and how quantum computers perform faster data processing compared to classic computers.
Slide 38: This slide depicts the five strategies that every organization should adopt to implement quantum computing in the company successfully.
Slide 39: This slide represents the five strategies in detail needed to adopt for the successful implementation of quantum computing in the organization.
Slide 40: This slide differentiates between quantum computers and classic computers.
Slide 41: This slide depicts the mechanism of the quantum computers that made them faster than classic computers and how the problem is encoded in quantum computers.
Slide 42: This slide depicts the potential of quantum computers’ speed compared to classic computers and how it performs operations in a short period that traditional computers take years to complete.
Slide 43: This slide talks about Quantum Computing use cases.
Slide 44: This slide represents the use of quantum computing in banking and financial services. It also shows how financial organizations would be able to predict their return after investment.
Slide 45: This slide depicts that how emerging quantum technology would be able to solve financial problems. It also shows the drastic change in revenue of financial organizations after implementing QC .
Slide 46: This slide represents the use of quantum computers in the healthcare field and how it will benefit scientists, patients, and researchers in invention and experiment.
Slide 47: This slide represents the application of quantum computing in different industries and how it will enhance their business growth, income and security from cyber attacks.
Slide 48: This slide represents the blend of quantum computing with cloud computing and how organizations that cannot own quantum hardware will run quantum algorithms on quantum mechanics by cloud computing.
Slide 49: This slide introduces you to the future of Quantum Hardware
Slide 50: This slide depicts the quantum hardware in the future and how we will be able to build hardware that will operate on thousands of qubits simultaneously.
Slide 51: This slide depicts the use of quantum simulators and how data is processed through atoms, ions, and electrons. It also represents how qubits are arranged in the form of arrays in simulators.
Slide 52: This slide introduces you to Quantum tools.
Slide 53: This slide shows Microsoft’s quantum development kit, one of the quantum tools available over the web for public users to run quantum algorithms.
Slide 54: This slide represents one of the quantum tools called a 5-qubit gate level quantum processor released by IBM, which consists of 5 qubits and is available on the web.
Slide 55: This slide depicts another quantum tool known as Rigetti forest suite and cloud computing services released by the Rigetti organization. It also shows how data is processed on this platform.
Slide 56: This slide depicts another quantum tool called project Q. It also shows how anyone can execute their programs written in python through this platform as it is open source.
Slide 57: This slide depicts two other quantum tools, namely Cirq and cirqprjectq. It also shows which language is used to write programs or algorithms for both platforms.
Slide 58: This slide introduces you to the ways quantum computing can help businesses.
Slide 59: This slide depicts the seven ways in which quantum computing can help businesses to grow, such as cryptography, self-driven cars, medical research, aviation, etc.
Slide 60: This slide introduces you to the roadmap of Quantum Computing
Slide 61: This slide depicts the roadmap to implement quantum computing in business and how the company will grow eventually with the help of QC.
Slide 62: This slide displays the development roadmap of quantum computing covering FY2019 to FY2026+. It also shows how quantum hardware will be developed between this period with a high number of qubits.
Slide 63: This slide introduces you to 30 60 90 days plan for quantum computing.
Slide 64: This slide depicts the 30-, 60- and 90-days plan of quantum computing implementation wherein the first 30 days, the professionals will prepare the quantum team. In the next 60 to 90 days, quantum programs or algorithms will be written and tested.
Slide 65: This slide talks about how Quantum computing improves our business.
Slide 66: This slide depicts the expected improvement in the organization after implementing quantum computing that how it will affect the business cost and investments in infrastructure.
Slide 67: This slide talks about Commercialization of a Quantum Use Case
Slide 68: This slide depicts the use cases of quantum computing in different sectors such as machine learning, simulation, and optimization.
Slide 69: This slide introduces you to Quantum computing at a glance.
Slide 70: This slide depicts the growth of quantum computers in different years, starting from the year 1980 to the year 2019.
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