Quantum computing will shape the nexttechnological revolution

At the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca and the AIR Institute we seek to harness the potential of artificial intelligence to work on the development of QETEL, the Quantum Economics & Technology Experience Lab, as we are convinced that with the advancement of AI and the possibilities offered by quantum computing, we will be able to develop disruptive systems in the mid-term that are capable of computing millions of pieces of data.

The next technological revolution will bear the name of quantum computing, so we must be prepared and be at the forefront of research in this area to soon have the expertise and leadership needed to be known not only for AI, but also for quantum computing. The coming together of these two technologies will transform the world as we know it today.

This week I had the opportunity to share my thoughts in the “Innovadores” supplement of the El Mundo newspaper. It has been an honour to share this page with the prestigious Jesús San Miguel, the Doctor from Soria who set up the Haematology Service at the Hospital of Salamanca and laid the foundations for transforming our town into a benchmark in research on the second most common blood cancer, that of multiple myeloma. 

He is an example of how research and innovation are the key to continuing to make progress and tackling illnesses and other problems. That is why, at the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca, with the support of the AIR Institute, we are taking new steps in the use of technology and we are committed to Generative AI and quantum computing. We are wokring hand in hand with leading partners, including the Supercomputing Centre of Castilla y León (SCAYLE), which is strongly committed to this technology and to leading its implementation at the national level. Quantum computing may sound like science fiction, but it is a reality on the verge of breaking through.

Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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