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IonQ CEO Peter Chapman on quantum computing adoption, innovation and what’s next

IonQ has a plan to commercialize quantum computing and Peter Chapman is CEO expected to make it happen.

Chapman, son of a NASA astronaut, started working in the MIT AI Lab when he was 16, invented the first sound card for the IBM PC, wrote software for the FAA and led a Ray Kurzweil company to build tools for the blind.
 recently made news for its roadmap and proposing a new performance metric called Algorithmic Qubit.

Simply put, Chapman has been ahead of the technology curve. Chapman joined IonQ in the summer of 2018 because he is betting that quantum computing can achieve Artificial General Intelligence (AGI).

Here are a few highlights from my conversation with Chapman on the future of quantum computing.

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