Another industry ripe for adopting today’s quantum annealing solutions is supply chain and logistics. We’re seeing global manufacturers and shipping ports explore quantum to help optimize the packing, loading, shipping and distribution of goods. Given the high volume of traffic, optimizing how shipping containers are loaded, sorted, sequenced and delivered by as little as a few percentage points equates to millions of dollars saved each year.
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Financial Times The quantum revolution: First port of call
We hear from truck drivers at the Port of Los Angeles; Matt Schrap, CEO of the Harbor Trucking Association; SavantX co-founder Ed Heinbockel, who helped bring quantum computing to the port; and Alan Baratz, president of D-Wave Systems. Plus, John and FT artificial intelligence editor Madhumita Murgia discuss what optimization at the Port of Los […]Read More
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