How RBS Made a Quantum Leap into the Future

July 5, 2020 – The Sunday Times

“In the shadow of a giant airship hangar on a defunct navy base in Silicon Valley, Ross McEwan sat down for a presentation about the future. It was 2015, and the then boss of Royal Bank of Scotland already had his hands full repairing the bank’s balance sheet after the financial crisis.

Nonetheless, he was transfixed by what the presenter, a bald Canadian with an earring and a goatee, had to say. “Imagine every piece of data your bank has ever created is now public. That is what quantum computing is going to do to you,” said Andrew Fursman.”

Read more in the  PDF


Most Recent News

XrAI Trans Canadian Roll Out To Fight COVID-19

1QBit and Canadian health care providers team up to empower front-line clinicians with Health Canada’s first approved AI tool for radiology in the fight against COVID-19  Health and technology providers have joined forces to deploy XrAI, a machine learning tool that...