Peggy interviews Paul Lucier, vice president of business development, ISARA, who says there are two sides: the potential/positive disruption and the dark side of quantum computing, as it is able to break encryption.
Can quantum computing help solve the Moore’s Law Problem? Peggy is joined by Helmut Katzgraber, professor, Texas A&M University, who says his main focus of research lies at the interface of physics, quantum computing, and high-performance computing.
Peggy chats with Technology and Business Consultant Craig Brown, who says quantum computing looks at data and slices it into pieces and comes up with options, and when talking about autonomous cars, decisions need to be made simultaneously.
Peggy interviews Siraj Shaikh, professor of systems security, Coventry University, who says what is promising about autonomous vehicles is there are some great visions by industry leaders.
Peggy says cybercriminals are getting more and more creative.
Peggy chats with Robin Raskin, founder and president, Living In Digital Times, who says 81% of car crashes are the result of human error, whether you are a sleepy, sneezing, or coughing, and hopefully computers can help.
Peggy interviews Florian Neukart, principal scientist, Volkswagen, who says quantum computing is an approach that leverages quantum bits.
Peggy says a too many people are losing their loved ones to motorists that are driving distracted drivers. She quotes more distracted driving numbers and talks about this deadly epidemic.
Peggy is joined by Dan Mathers, president and CEO, eleven-x, to talk about autonomous driving and smart parking, as he explains there are a lot of different ways to do smart parking.
Peggy says more than 1.25 million people lives are cut short every single year because of a road traffic accident.