Deutsche Börse eyes quantum computing

Pilot application to model enterprise risks cuts computation time from 10 years to 30 minutes

Quantum computing

Deutsche Börse has completed a pilot study into the application of quantum computing to calculate proprietary business risks, in a use case that could enter full production within the next three years, according to independent experts.

A study published today (March 10), co-authored by Carsten Schäfer – the exchange’s risk manager for business risk and IT operational risk and a supervisory board member – and fintech firm JoS Quantum, describes a quantum computation for risk sensitivity analysis

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