United Kingdom Signs Deal of Quantum Technology with the United States


The governments of the United Kingdom and the United States have signed a cooperation partnership on the quantum information science and technology (QIST), and the technologies can possibly be responsible in leading to the development of the exponentially more powerful computers, along with more precise, accurate sensors and the novel communication networks, but there are also challenges with the skills as they are highlighted by a panel on the quantum technologies of the US White House.

The main aim of this partnership is to accelerate the realization of the subsequent new technologies for the benefits of the society along with the support of the shared defence interests of both the countries.

Rigetti, a company based in the United States has been supplying the first commercial quantum computer of the United Kingdom, and this partnership is also going to be covering the already existing bilateral cooperation mechanisms of the science and technology along with the new pathways for promoting the research and development efforts of cooperative QIST.

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The partnership is also going to be boosting the interactions between the academia, governments and the private sector for the purpose of discussing and understanding the trajectories of research in the QIST that in turn is going to be informing the identification of the overlapping gaps, interests and opportunities for the cooperation in the future, and in the areas where the standards are majorly needed, and the responses to the not known implications along with the impacts of the field.