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Getting Ready for the Quantum Age: Quantum Technologies and Business Model Innovation

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Quantum technologies are nearing the phase of commercialisation where technology adoption and business model design are becoming a major topic among practitioners and policymakers. This talk explores the potential impact of quantum computing in transforming the way firms create and capture value in order to increase productivity and economic growth. We highlight some of the opportunities and challenges for the UK to foster the development and commercialisation of quantum computers to be beneficial to society.

Chander Velu is Professor of Innovation and Economics in the Cambridge University Engineering Department where he heads the Business Model Innovation Research Group. He is a Fellow at Selwyn College, Cambridge. Chander has an interest in innovation and technology management with a specific focus on exploring the antecedents and consequences of business model innovation. Prior to joining the Institute for Manufacturing, he was a member of the faculty at Cambridge Judge Business School. Chander has worked as a consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Booz Allen & Hamilton in London.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Humanities and Social Sciences Seminars series.

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