Christophe Jurczak, managing partner explains that quantum technologies generally do things better—quicker computations, improved security and greater sensitivity.
[…] The potential for quantum computing is to make a real difference within a range of industries, including financial services, is tangible. Potential uses are building better models of financial markets to improve fraud and risk analytics, strengthening cryptography by inventing new numbers, and improving operational efficiencies in messy and complicated areas, such as clearing and reconciliation of trades.
Machine learning is particularly set to benefit as quantum computers are able to analyse data to provide feedback much more efficiently than traditional computers. This significantly shortens the learning curve. […]