Quants needed: how finance can use power of quantum tech

New machines have big potential in AI, valuations and VAR, but tech giants like IBM need help from practitioners

Are you a quant, working in finance? Do you have painful, hours-long computations to perform? Know a bit about physics? If so, IBM wants to hear from you.

The technology giant’s research arm believes it will be able to deliver quantum computing-based solutions for financial firms within the next three years that will revolutionise the way numbers are crunched. Now, it needs help identifying the best applications.

“It’s particularly important we work with people in the field – finance quants –

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