Quantum physics has over a century worth of cumulative knowledge that is slowly beginning to take shape in the form of industrial applications.

This article introduces a short series on the areas that quantum infrastructure will appear. In particular: internet, data security, and computing (hardware).

Over a century ago, many physicists thought that physics was “complete”.

“There is nothing new to be discovered in physics now. All that remains is more and more precise measurement,” said Lord Kelvin.

Armed with the benefit of hindsight, we can say that physics was, and still is, far from being complete.

When Lord Kelvin said the above quote, around the year 1900, Einstein was preparing to throw his big “Relativity” stone into the physics pond. Quantum Mechanics was just around the corner.

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