Quantum Computing Disruption

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Quantum Computing: The Disruption Wave 

EY's Quantum Readiness Survey 2022, conducted with the National Quantum Computing Centre (NQCC), reveals that 81% of UK business leaders anticipate industry disruption from quantum computing by 2030. 

Key findings include:

71% plan to appoint quantum leaders within two years, but quantum skills are scarce.

Consumer goods, retail, and TMT (telecoms, media, and technology) sectors expect rapid progress, with significant roles anticipated by 2025.

Quantum applications in cybersecurity are expected to drive early disruption.

The UK government, investing £93 million over five years through UKRI, aims to lead in quantum computing development. Strategic planning for quantum adoption is lagging, but most organizations plan to start within the next two years, emphasizing the need for early preparation to harness quantum technologies’ transformative potential.

The NQCC and the UK government are committed to supporting the growth of quantum capabilities, reinforcing the UK's position at the forefront of this technological revolution.

This isn't just a trend; it's a transformative force reshaping the business landscape.

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