At a Canadian startup called D-Wave, employees refer to the world’s fastest supercomputers as “classical.”
That’s because D-Wave is the first and so far only commercial quantum-computing company. It’s also one of the most controversial companies in existence, with many scientists skeptical that D-Wave’s computer architecture really pulls off quantum computation.
D-Wave’s senior executives paid me a visit at the VentureBeat offices. Don’t miss the full interview below.To read more and view the video, click here.