Google’s $50 million investment will cover half of the $100 million, 10-year program in which the team will research fault-tolerant quantum computing as well as support workforce development, foster quantum entrepreneurship, and exchange of researchers and ideas. Google’s contribution will include access to their newest quantum processor, access to classical computing resources in the Google Cloud, faculty research grants, graduate and undergraduate research funding, workforce development, and support for startup teams from the greater Chicago and Tokyo area to participate. in Google for Startup boot camp. Additional information is available in a blog entry on the Google website Here.
May 19, 2023